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UNITED STATES 

1933 




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OFFICIAL REGISTER 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES 
1933 

Containing a list of persons 

occupying administrative and supervisory positions in each executive and 

judicial [department of the Government, including 

the District of Columbia 



Compiled by the 
UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1933 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C. - - - Price, 75 cents (buckram) 



EXTRACT FROM PUBLIC ACT NO. 539 OF THE SIXTY-EIGHTH 
CONGRESS, DIRECTING THE COMPILING AND PUBLISHING OF 
THE OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES 



OFFICIAL REGISTER 

Sec. 2. (a) That the Director of the Census shall cause to be compiled, edited, 
indexed, and published, on or before the first Monday in October of each year, an 
Official Register of the United States which shall contain a full and complete list 
of all persons occupying administrative and supervisory positions in each execu- 
tive and judicial department of the Government, including the District of 
Columbia, in connection with which salaries are paid from the Treasury of the 
United States. The Register shall show the name; official title; salary, compen- 
sation, and emoluments; legal residence and place of employment for each 
person listed therein: Provided, however, That the Official Register shall not con- 
tain the name of any postmaster, assistant postmaster, or officer of the Army, 
Navy, and Marine Corps. 

(b) To enable the Director of the Census to compile and publish the Official 
Register of the United States, the Executive Office, the judicial, the Com- 
missioners of the District of Columbia, and the head of each executive depart- 
ment, independent office, establishment, and commission of the Government 
shall, as of the 1st day of July of each year, 1 supply to the Director of the Census 
the data required by this section, upon forms approved and furnished by him, in 
due time to permit the publication of the Official Register as herein provided; 
and no extra compensation shall be allowed to any officer, clerk, or employee 
of the Bureau of the Census for compiling the Official Register. 

(c) Of the Official Register there shall be printed and bound a sufficient 
number of copies for the following distribution to be made by the Superintendent 
of Documents: To the President of the United States, 4 copies, 1 cop3^ of which 
shall be for the library of the Executive Office; to the Vice President of the 
United States, 2 copies; to each Senator, Representative, Delegate, and Resident 
Commissioner in Congress, 3 copies; to the Secretary and the Sergeant at Arms 
of the Senate and to the Clerk, the Sergeant at Arms, and the Doorkeeper of the 
House, 1 copy each; to the library of the Senate and the House, each, not to 
exceed 15 copies; to the Library of Congress, 25 copies; and to the Commissioners 
of the District of Columbia, 10 copies. The usual number of the Official Register 
shall not be printed. 

(d) That section 510 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and all 
acts or parts of act amendatory thereof or supplemental thereto, be, and the 
same are hereby, repealed. 

Note. — Under authority granted to the President in section 16 of the act of 
March 3, 1933 (Public, No. 428, 47 Stat. 1517), the President issued an order on 
June 10, 1933, effective August 10, 1933, which provides in section 10: "The 
function of preparation of the Official Register is transferred from the Bureau of 
the Census to the Civil Service Commission." 



1 All branches were given opportunity to mnke revisions after July 1, 1933. 

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CONTENTS 



LEGISLATIVE 

Page 

SENATE ? 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 5 

Government Printing Office 9 

Library of Congress 9 

United States Botanic Garden 9 

EXECUTIVE 

THE WHITE HOUSE 
Officeof the President. _ 13 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 
Officeof the Secretary.... H 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



Page 

Office of the Secretary. J 5 

Special staff assistants.. 15 

Comptroller of the Currency 15 

Treasurer of the United States 16 

Public Debt Service 10 

Commissioner of Accounts and Deposits 10 

Bureau of Internal Revenue 16 

Commissioner's office 10 

office of General Counsel 16 

Accounts and collections unit 10 

Income tax unit 10 

Miscellaneous tax unit 10 

Collectors of internal revenue 17 

Chief deputy collectors 17 

Internal Revenue agents in charge 19 

Special agents in charge 20 

Supervisors of accounts ami collections 20 

Bureau of Industrial Alcohol 20 

Supervisors of permits. 20 

Bureau of Narcotics 20 

District supervisors 21 

Bureau of Customs 21 

Commissioner's office 21 



Bureau of Customs— Continued. Page 

Legal unit 21 

Administrative unit 21 

Investigative unit 21 

Collectors of customs 21 

Appraiser of merchandise 22 

Comptrollers of customs 22 

Surveyor of customs 22 

Customs agency service 22 

Supervising customs agents 22 

Treasury attaches 22 

Mint Bureau ... 22 

Mint and assay offices 23 

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 23 

Office of the Supervising Architect 23 

Custodian Service 23 

United States Coast Guard 23 

Public Health Service 24 

Office of the Surgeon General 24 

Service at large 25 

Waiting orders 29 

General Supply Committee 30 

30 



Bureau of the Budget. 



WAR DEPARTMENT 



Office of the Secretary 

Office of The Assistant Secretary of War 

Office of Assistant Secretary of War 

War Department General Staff 

Office of the Chief of Cavalry 

Office of the Chief of Field Artillery 

Office of the Chief of Coast Artillery 

Office of the Chief of Infantry 

Office of the Chief of Chaplains 

Office of The Adjutant General. 

Inspector General's office 

Office of the Judge Advocate General 

Office of the Quartermaster General 

Quartermaster Corps 

Office of the Chief of Finance 

Finance Department at large 

Office of the Surgeon General 

Medical Department of the Army. 

Office of the Chief of Engineers 

Engineer Department at large. 

Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, 

Washington, D . C 

Office of the Chief of Ordnance 

Ordnance Department at large 

Office of the Chief Signal Officer 

Signal Service at large 



Officeof the Chief of the Air Corps 39 

Air Corps at large.. 39 

Air depots..: 39 

Offices of procurement planning representa- 
tives 40 

District procurement offices 40 

Flying fields 40 

Airdromes 40 

Bureau of Insular Affairs 41 

Government of the Philippine Islands 41 

Government of Puerto Rico 41 

National Guard Bureau 41 

Office of Chief of Chemical Warfare Service 42 

Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, Md 42 

Chemical Warfare Service School, Edge- 
wood, Md 42 

The Army War College, Washington, D.C. .. 42 

United States Military Academy, West Point, 

N.Y 42 

National Board for the Promotion cf Rifle Prac- 
tice, Washington, D.C 42 

Director of Civilian Marksmanship, Washing- 
ton, D.C 42 

Army Corps Areas and Departments 42 

First Corps Area 42 

Second Corps Area 43 



III 



IV 



COKTENTS 



WAR DEPARTMENT— Continued 



Army Corps Areas and Departments— Con. Page 

Third Corps Area 43 

Fourth Corps Area 43 

Fifth Corps Area 43 

Sixth Corps Area 44 

Seventh Corps Area 44 

Eighth Corps Area 44 



Army Corps Areas and Departments— Con. Vage 

Ninth Corps Area 44 

Hawaiian Department- 45 

Philippine Department 45 

Panama Canal Department 45 

The Command and General Stall Schools, Fort 

Leavenworth, Kans 45 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



Office of the Attorney General 46 

United States penal and correctional institu- 
tions 46 

Penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga 46 

Penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans. 46 

Penitentiary annex, Fort Leavenworth, 

Kans 47 

Penitentiary, McNeil Island, Wash 47 

Northeastern Penitentiary, Lewisburg, Pa.. 47 

Industrial reformatory, Chillicothe, Ohio 47 

Federal Industrial Institution for Women, 47 

Alderson, W.Va 47 

Detention headquarters, New York, N.Y._. 47 

Federal jail, New Orleans, La 47 

Detention farm, La Tuna, Tex... 47 

Federal jail, Milan, Mich 47 

U.S. Hospital for Defective Delinquents, 

Springfield, Mo 47 



United States penal and correctional institu- 
tions—Continued. 
Southwestern Reformatory, El Reno, Okla.. 
Prison camps: 
Federal reformatory camp, Petersburg, Va . 48 
Federal correctional camp, Fort Eustis, Va. 48 
Federal prison camp, Camp Bragg, Fayette- 

ville, N.C 48 

Federal prison, Camp Lewis, Dupont, 

Wash 48 

Federal prison. Camp Maxwell, Montgom- 
ery, Ala 48 

Federal prison. Camp Santa Catalina, 

Tucson, Ariz 48 

National Training School for Boys, District 
of Columbia 48 



47 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



Bureau of the Postmaster General.. 49 

Inspection Service 49 

Bureau of the First Assistant Postmaster 

General 49 

Bureau of the Second Assistant Postmaster 

General 50 

Railway Mail Service 50 



Bureau of the Third Assistant Postmaster 
General 50 

Bureau of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster 
General 50 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 



Office of the Secretary 51 

Office of Chief of Naval Operations 51 

Bureau of Navigation 52 

Bureau of Ordnance 52 

Bureau of Engineering 52 

Bureau of Aeronautics... 52 

Bureau of Construction and Repair 52 

Bureau of Yards and Docks 53 

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts 53 

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery 53 

United States Marine Corps 53 

Office of the Judge Advocate General 53 

Naval Establishment 54 

Navy yard, Washington, D.C 54 

U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md 54 

First naval district, Boston, Mass 54 

Navy yard, Portsmouth, N.H 54 

Naval War College, Newport, R.I 54 

Third naval district, New York, N. Y 54 

Fourth naval district, Philadelphia, Pa 54 

Fifth naval district, naval operating base, 

Norfolk, Va 54 



Naval Establishment— Continued. 
Fifth naval district, naval operating base, 
Norfolk, Va— Continued. 

Navy yard, Norfolk, Va 

Sixth naval district, Charleston, S.C 

Seventh naval district 

Eighth naval district 

Ninth naval district, Great Lakes, 111 

Eleventh naval district, naval operating base, 

San Diego, Calif 

Twelfth naval district, naval operating base, 

San Francisco, Calif 

Thirteenth naval district, Seattle, Wash 

Fourteenth naval district, naval operating 

base, Pearl Harbor, T.H 

Fifteenth naval district, Balboa, C.Z.. 

Sixteenth naval district, navy yard, Cavite, 
P.I 

Naval station, Olongapo, P.I 

Naval station, Guam 

Naval station, Tutuila, American Samoa 

Naval station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 



Office of the Secretary 56 

Subsistence Homestead Division 56 

Soil Erosion Service 56 

General Land Office 56 

Chiefs of divisions... 56 

C adastral engineering service (field) 56 

District cadastral engineers 56 

Cadastral engineer in charge 57 

Office, cadastral engineers 57 

Registers, district land offices 57 

Receivers, district land offices 57 

Office of Indian Affairs 57 

Indian field service 58 

District superintendents of schools in Alaska. 60 

Physicians in charge of hospitals 60 

Office of Education— 60 

Chiefs of divisions.. 60 

Geological Survey 60 

Geologic branch 61 

Topographic branch 61 

Alaskan branch 61 

Conservation branch 61 

Water resources branch 61 

Bureau of Reclamation 62 



Bureau of Reclamation— Continued. 

Reclamation field service 

Office of National Parks, Buildings, and Reser- 
vations 

Washington office 

Public Buildings and Public Parks 

Field headquarters, National Park Service, 

San Francisco, Calif 

Eastern field headquarters, National Park 

Service 

S uperintendents of national parks 

Custodians of national monuments.. 

Federal Board for vocational Education 

The Alaska Railroad 

Alaska Road Commission 

St. Elizabeths Hospital 

Medical division 

Administrative division 

Freedmen's Hospital 

Howard University. 

War Minerals Relief 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf 

Territorial officers 

Alaska, Hawaii, and Virgin Islands — 



CONTENTS 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



Page 

Office of the Secretary 67 

Agricultural Adjustment Administration 67 

Office of Personnel and Business Administra- 
tion 68 

Office of the Solicitor 68 

District law officers 68 

Field title attorneys 68 

Office of Information 69 

Division of publications - 69 

Press service - 69 

Radio service --- --- 69 

Library -- - - -.. 69 

Office of Experiment Stations.. 69 

Division of insular experiment st ations 69 

Extension Service - 69 

Office of cooperative extension work . 69 

Weather Bureau — 70 

Scientific and service divisions 70 

Regular meteorological field station s 70 

Bureau of Animal Industry 73 

Scientific and regulatory divisions 73 

Field headquarters 74 

Meat inspection field stations. 74 

Animal husbandry field stations 76 

Hog-cholera field stations 76 

Field inspection stations 76 

Branch pathological laboratories 77 

Tick eradication field stations 77 

Tuberculosis eradication field stations 77 

Virus-serum control field stations. 77 

Zoological field stations. 78 

Packers and stockyards field stations 78 

Bureau of Dairy Industry 78 

Scientific divisions 78 

Field stations 78 

Bureau of Plant Industry 79 

Scientific divisions 79 

Forest Service 80 

Service and technical divisions 80 

Forest and range experiment stations 80 

Northern National Forest region 80 

Rocky Mountain National Forest region 81 

Southwestern National Forest region 81 

Intermountain National Forest region. 81 

California National Forest region. 82 

North Pacific National Forest region 82 

Eastern National Forest region 83 

Alaska National Forest region. 83 

Lake S tates National Forest region 83 

Bureau of Chemistry and Soils 83 

Scientific divisions 83 

(a) Chemical and technological research 83 

(6) Fertilizer investigations 84 

(c) Soil investigations 84 

Soil survey districts. 85 

Field stations 85 

Soil fertility 85 

Soil survey 85 

Soil erosion _■ 85 

Bureau of Entomology 85 

Scientific divisions.. 85 

Bureau of Biological Survey 86 

Scientific, economic, and regulatorv divisions. 86 

Field headquarters 86 

Biological investigations 86 

Food habits research 86 

Fur resources investigations 86 

Disease investigations 87 

Predatory animals and rodent control 87 

Rodent control bait mixing station 87 

Big-game and bird reservations 88 



Page 
Bureau of Biological Survey— Continued. 
Field headquarters— Continued. 
Enforcement of Migratory Bird Treaty and 

Lacey Acts 88 

Alaska investigations. 88 

Alaska game commission 89 

Alaska game wardens.. 89 

Bureau of Public Roads 89 

Scientific and technical divisions 89 

District headquarters for highway work 89 , 

(a) Eastern districts— 89 

(6) Western districts 90 

Bureau of Agricultural Engineering. 90 

Field headquarters 90 

Bureau of Agricultural Economics 90 

Scientific, service, and regulatory divisions. .. 90 
Field headquarters 91 

(a) Marketing specialists, under Cotton 

Futures Act 91 

(b) Marketing specialists, under grade and 

staple work 91 

(c) Agricultural statisticians 91 

(rf) Marketing specialists, in charge of news 

and inspection services on dairy and 

poultry products 92 

(f) Agricultural attaches and commission- 
ers, in charge fo foreign offices, foreign 

agricultural service 92 

(J) Marketing specialists, in charge of news 

service on fruits and vegetables 92 

(<7) Marketing specialists, in charge of in- 
spection service on fruits and vege- 
tables 92 

(ft) Grain supervisors, under Grain Stand- 
ards Act 93 

Administration of Grain Standards 

Act 93 

Inspection efficiency 93 

Board of review.. 93 

(0 Marketing specialists, in charge of grain, 
hay, feed, and seed market news serv- 
ice 93 

(J) Marketing specialists in charge of hay 
and bean inspection and seed verifi- 
cation service... 93 

(k) Marketing specialists, in charge of news 

service on livestock, meats, and wool. 93 
(/) Marketing specialists, in charge of ware- 
housing 93 

Bureau of Home Economics 94 

Scientific divisions 94 

Bureau of Plant Quarantine 94 

Foreign plant quarantines 94 

Domestic plant quarantines 95 

European corn borer and Japanese beetle 

control and quarantine enforcement 95 

Pink boll worm and thurberia weevil control 

and quarantine enforcement _ 95 

Gipsy and brown-tail moth control and 

quarantine enforcement 95 

Mexican fruit-fly control and quarantine 

enforcement 95 

Date scale control and quarantine enforce- 
ment 95 

Technological division 95 

Grain Futures Administration 96 

Field grain exchange supervisors 96 

Food and Drug Administration 96 

Executive supervision 96 

Technical control 96 

Field inspection service 96 



VI 



CONTENTS 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



Page 

Office of the Secretary 97 

Aeronautics Branch 97 

Bureau of the Census. 97 

Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce 98 

Technical divisions . 98 

Commodity divisions - 98 

District managers 98 

Division of customs statistics, New York 99 

Commercial attaches 99 

Assistant commercial attached 99 

Trade commissioners 99 

Bureau of Standards 100 

Scientific and technical divisions 100 

Bureau of Fisheries 100 

Fishery stations 100 

Bureau of Lighthouses 101 

District Offices 101 



Pago 

Coast and Geodetic Survey ioi 

Field stations. 102 

Bureau of Navigation and Steamboat Inspec- 
tion 102 

Supervising inspectors ] 02 

Shipping Service 103 

Patent Office 103 

In charge of examining divisions 103 

Chiefs of divisions 105 

Bureau of Mines. 105 

Technologic branch 105 

Economics branch 106 

Health and safety branch 106 

Administrative branch 106 

Office of chief mining engineer 106 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 



Office of the Secretary 107 

Conciliation Service 107 

Bureau of Labor Statistics 107 

Immigration and Naturalization Service 107 

Children's Bureau 108 



Women's Bureau 108 

Employment Service. 108 

Bureau of Industrial Housing and Transporta- 
tion QJnited States Housing Corpora tion)... 108 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Page 

Interstate Commerce Commission 109 

United States Board of Mediation 109 

United States Shipping Board 110 

United States Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation 110 

United States Railroad Administration 111 

The Panama Canal ill 

Inland Waterways Corporation 113 

Federal Power Commission 113 

Alien Property Custodian , 113 

Federal Trade Commission r 114 

United States Tariff Commission 115 

Federal Oil Conservation Board 115 

Federal Reserve Board 116 

United States Board of Tax Appeals 116 

General Accounting Office 117 

War Finance Corporation 117 

Reconstruction Finance Corporation 118 

Federal Home Loan Bank Board 119 

Home Owners' Loan Corporation 119 

Foreign Service Buildings Commission 120 

United States Civil Service Commission 121 

United States Employees' Compensation Commission 122 

Veterans' Administration... 122 

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics 125 

Commission on Navy Yards and Naval Stations... 125 

Federal Radio Commission 126 

National Screw Thread Commission 127 

United States Council of National Defense 127 

United States Soldiers' Home '... 128 

American Battle Monuments Commission 128 

Federal Employment Stabilization Board 128 

The Joint Board 129 

The Aeronautical Board ... 129 

Board of Surveys and Maps of the Federal Government... 129 

Commission of Fine Arts 130 

National Capital Park and Planning Commission 130 

United States Geographic Board 131 

International Joint Commission 131 

International Boundary Commission— United States, Alaska, and Canada 131 

International Fisheries Commission— United States and Canada 132 

International Boundary Commission— United States and Mexico 132 

Mixed Claims Commission— United States and Germany 133 

Tripartite Claims Commission 133 

Smithsonian Institution - 134 

National Recovery Administration... - 135 

Federal Emergency Administrator of Public Works 135 

Emergency Conservation Work 136 

Federal Emergency Relief Administration 136 

Farm Credit Administration 136 

Federal Coordinator of Transportation 137 

Committee on the Conservation and Administration of the Public Domain 137 

A Century of Progress --- 137 

District of Columbia Government . 138 

American National Red Cross 143 



CONTENTS VII 

MISCELLANEOUS— Co ntinued 

Page 

Washington National Monument Society 143 

Commission foe Celebration of Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of George 

Washington 144 

Pan American Union 144 

Pan American Sanitary Bureau 144 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf . 144 

JUDICIAL 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 147 

United States Circuit Court of Appeals 147 

United States District Courts 149 

United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals 159 

Court of Claims of the United States 159 

Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia 160 

Supreme Court of the District of Columbia 160 

United States Customs Court.. 160 

United States Court for China. 160 

APPENDIXES 

Pay and allowances of commissioned officers of the Army in active service 162 

Pay and allowances of commissioned officers of the Navy on active duty 164 

Number of employees in the Federal executive civil service 166 

INDIVIDUAL INDEX 

Persons whose official title, station, legal residence, and compensation are shown in the several sec- 
tions of this register 169 



SALARY REDUCTIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1934 

Except when specifically noted, the salaries herein shown are subject to a 
reduction of 15 per centum established by the Executive orders of March 28, 
1933, and July 3, 1933, issued under the act to maintain the credit of the United 
States Government (Public, No. 2, 73d Cong.). 

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LEGISLATIVE 



NOTE 

The Congressional Directory contains biographical sketches of the Senators 
and Representatives; maps showing the area embraced in each congressional dis- 
trict: the official duties of each branch and of every executive official of the 
Government; members of the embassies and legations and names and locations 
of the consular officers of the United States to foreign countries; and of diplomatic 
and consular officers and of foreign consuls in the United States; and much addi- 
tional miscellaneous information concerning the Congress and the executive and 
judicial branches of the Government. The Directory is for sale by the Super- 
intendent of Documents, Washington, D.C., and the usual price is 65 cents 
(buckram binding). 



SENATE 



(Seventy-Third Congress, Corrected to July 1, 1933) 



VICE PRESIDENT AND PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 

JOHN NANCE GARNER, OF TEXAS 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE OF THE SENATE 

KEY PITTMAN, OF NEVADA 



Secretary of the Senate 
EDWIN A. HALSEY 



SENATORS 

Compensation, $10,000 per annum 



STATE and name 


1 
Residence 


STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


Alabama: 

Hugo L. Black. 


Birmingham. 
Jasper. 

Prescott. 
Phoenix. 

Little Rock. 
Jonesboro. 

San Francisco. 
Los Angeles. 

Denver. 
Pueblo. 

Norfolk. 
Hartford. 

Wilmington. 
Selbyville. 

Jacksonville. 
Lakeland. 

Vienna. 
Winder. 

Boise. 
Do. 

Chicago. 
Beardstown. 

Indianapolis. 
Do. 

Algona. 
Dubuque. 

Topeka. 
Wichita. 


Kentucky: 

Alben W. Barkley 


Paducah. 


John H. Bankhead.. 


Bowling Green. 


Arizona: 

Henry F. Ashurst 


Louisiana: 

Huey P. Long. 


New Orleans. 


Carl Hay den _ 




Alexandria. 


Arkansas: 

Joseph T. Robinson 


Maine: 

Frederick Hale. 


Portland. 


Hattie W. Caraway 

California: 

Hiram W. Johnson 

William G. McAdoo 

Colorado: 

Edward P. Costigan 


Wallace H. White, Jr 

Maryland: 

Millard E. Tydings 

Phillips Lee Goldsborough 
Massachusetts: 

David I. Walsh . 


Auburn. 

Havre de Grace. 
Baltimore. 


Alva B. Adams 


Marcus A. Coolidge 

Michigan: 


Fitchburg. 


Connecticut: 

Frederic C. Walcott 




Augustine Lonergan 

Delaware: 

Daniel O. Hastings 


Arthur H. Vandenberg 

Minnesota: 

Henrik Shipstead 


Grand Rapids. 
Miltona. 


John Q. Townsend, Jr.. .. 


Thomas D. Schall 


Minneapolis. 


Florida: 

Duncan U. Fletcher 


Mississippi: 


Park Trammell.. . 


Hubert D. Stephens 

Missouri: 

Roscoe C. Patterson 

Bennett C. Clark 


New Albany. 

Springfield. 
St. Louis. 


Georgia: 

Walter F. George. 


Richard B. Russell, Jr 


Idaho: 

William E. Borah 


Montana: 

Burton K. W T heeler 


Butte. 


James P. Pope 


Kalispell. 
McCook. 


Illinois: 

J. Hamilton Lewis 


Nebraska: 


Wm. H. Dieterich 

Indiana: 

Arthur R. Robinson 


W r illiam H. Thompson 

Nevada: 

Key Pittman 


Grand Island. 
Tonopah. 


Frederick Van Nuys 






Iowa: 

L. J. Dickinson 


New Hampshire: 


North Haverhill. 


Louis Murphy... 


Fred H. Brown 




Kansas: 

Arthur Capper 


New Jersey: 

Hamilton F. Kean 

W. Warren Barbour. 




George McGill 


Locust. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 

SENATORS 

Continued 



STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


New Mexico: 

Bronson Cutting.. _. 


Santa Fe. 

New York City. 
Do. 

Raleigh. 
Asheville. 

Hoople. 
Cooperstown. 

Yellow Springs. 
Cleveland. 

Medicine Park. 
Oklahoma City. 

Salem. 
Portland. 

Pittsburgh. 
Do. 

Providence. 
West Warwick. 

Lynchburg. 
Spartanburg. 


South Dakota: 

Peter Norbeck.. 


Redfield. 


Vacancy * 


W. J. Bulow 

Tennessee: 

Kenneth D. McKellar 

Nathan L. Bachman 

Texas: 




New York: 

Pvoyal S. Copeland 

Robert F. Wagner 

North Carolina: 

Josiah W. Bailey 


Memphis. 
Chattanooga. 


Robert R. Reynolds 


Tom Connallv.. .. . 




North Dakota: 
Lynn J. Frazier . 


Utah: 


Salt Lake Citv. 


Gerald P. Nye 


Elbert D'. Thomas 


Do. 


Ohio: 

Simeon D. Fess 


Vermont: 

Porter H. Dale 


Island Pond. 


Robert J. Bulkley 




Burlington. 

Lynchburg. 
Berryville. 

Spokane. 


Oklahoma: 


Virginia: 

Carter Glass 

Harrv F. Bvrd... 


Thomas P. Gore 


Oregon: 

Charles L. McNary 

Frederick Steiwer .. 


Washington: 

Clarence C. Dill. 

Homer T. Bone 


Pennsylvania. 

David A. Reed 


1 West Virginia: 

M. M. Neely 


Fairmont. 


James J. Davis 


H. D. Hatfield 

1 Wisconsin: 

Robt. M. LaFolIette, Jr... 
F. Ryan Duffy. . 




Rhode Island: 

Jesse H. Metcalf 


Madison. 


South Carolina: 

Ellison D. Smith. 


Wyoming: 

John B. Kendrick.. . 






Robert D. Carey 


Careyhurst. 





Sam G. Bratton resigned. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

(Seventy-Third Congress. Official List of Members, Corrected to Septe.ni her 23,*i&33) 



THE SPEAKER 

HENRY T. RAIXEY, OF ILLINOIS 
Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



CLERK OF THE HOUSE 
SOUTH TRIMBLE 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Compensation, $10,000 per annum 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


Alabama: 

1. John McDuffie 

2. Lister Hill 


Mcnroeville. 

Montgomery. 

Ozark. 

Anniston. 

Gadsden. 

Tuscaloosa. 

Jasper. 

Birmingham. 

Osceola. 

Searcv. 


Connecticut: 

1. Herman P. Kopplemann. 

2. William L. Higgins 

3. Francis T. Maloney 

4. Schuyler Merritt 

5. Edward W. Goss 

At large: 

Charles M. Bake well 

Delaware: 
At large: 

Wilbur L. Adams 

Florida: 

1. J. Hardin Peterson 

2. R. A. Green 


Hartford. 

South Coventry. 
Meriden. 


3. Henry B. Steagall 


5. Miles C. Allgood. 

6. William B. Oliver 

7. William B. Bankhead... 

8. (Vacancy) 


Waterbury. 
New Haven. 


9. George Huddleston 

Arizona: 
At large: 

(Vacancy) 


Wilmington. 


Arkansas: 




1. William J. Driver 

2. John E.Miller 


3. Millard F. Caldwell 

4. J. Mark Wilcox 


Milton. 

West Palm Beach 


3. Claude A. Fuller 

4. Ben Cravens 


Eureka Springs. 
Fort Smith. 

Malvern. 
Camden. 

Santa Rosa. 
Nevada City. 
Vacaville. 
San Francisco. 

Do. 
Oakland. 
Berkeley. 
San Mateo. 
Fresno. 
Santa Maria. 
Glendale. 
Arcadia. 
Los Angeles. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
San Pedro. 
Long Beach. 
Fullerton. 
San Diego. 

Denver. 
Fort Collins. 
Pueblo. 

Glen wood Springs. 


At large: 

William J. Sears 

Georgia: 

1. Homer C. Parker 

2. E. E. Cox 


Jacksonville. 


5. (Vacancy) .. 


6. D. D. Glover 


Statesboro. 


7. TilmanB. Parks.. 


California: 

1. Clarence F. Lea 


3. Bryant T. Castellow 

4. E. M. Owen 


Cuthbert. 
Griffin 


2. Harry L. Englebright... 

3. Frank H. Buck 


5. Robert Ramspeck 

6. Carl Vinson ... 


Atlanta. 

Milledgeville. 

Dalton. 


4. Florence P. Kahn 

5. Richard J. Welch 


7. Malcolm C. Tarver 


6. Albert E. Carter.. 


9. JohnS. Wood 




7. Ralph R. Eltse._ 


10. Paul Brown 




8. John J. McGrath... 

9. Denver S. Church 

10. Henry E. Stubbs 

11. William E. Evans 

12. John H. Hoeppel 


Idaho: 

1. Compton I. White 

2. Thomas C. Coffin 

Illinois: 

1. Oscar De Priest 


Clark Fork. 
Pocatello. 

Chicago. 
Do. 


13. Charles Kramer 


2. P. H. Moynihan. 


14. Thomas F. Ford . 


3. Edward A. Kelly 

4. Harry P. Beam 


Do. 
Do 


15. William I. Traeger 


16. John F. Dockweiler 

17. Charles J. Colden 

18. John H.Burke 

19. Sam L. Collins 

20. George Bur nham 


5. Adolph J. Sabath 

(i. Thomas J. O'Brien 

7. Leonard W. Schuetz 

8. Leo Kocialkowski 

9. Fred A. Britten 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do 


Colorado: 

1. Lawrence Lewis... 


10. James Simpson, Jr 

11. Frank R. Reid 


Wadsworth. 


2. Fred Cummings 

3. John A. Martin... 


12. John T. Buckbee 

13. LeoE. Allen.. 


Rockford. 


4. Edward T. Tavlor 


14. Chester Thompson. 


Rock Island. 



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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Continued 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 



Illinois— Continued. 

15. J. Leroy Adair 

16. Everett M. Dirksen.-. 

17. Frank Gillespie 

18. James A. Meeks . 

19. D. C. Dobbins 

20. Henry T. Rainey 

21. J. Earl Major 

22. Edwin M. Schaefer 

23. William W. Arnold 

24. Claude V. Parsons 

25. Kent E. Keller 

At large: 

Martin A. Brennan 

Walter Nesbit 

Indiana: 

1. William T. Schulte 

2. George R. Durgan 

3. Samuel B. Pettengill 

4. James I. Farley 

5. Glenn Griswold 

6. Virginia E. Jenckes 

7. Arthur H. Greenwood— . 

8. John W. Boehne, Jr 

9. Eugene B. Crowe 

10. FinlyH. Gray 

11. William H. Larrabee 

12. Louis Ludlow 

Iowa: 

1. Edward C. Eicher 

2. B. M. Jacobsen 

3. Albert C. Willford 

4. Fred Biermann 

5. Lloyd Thurston.. 

G. Cassius C. Dowell 

7. Otha D. Wearin 

8. Fred C. Gilchrist 

9. Guy M. Gillette 

Kansas: 

1. W. P. Lambertson 

2. U. S. Guyer 

3. Harold McGugin 

4. Randolph Carpenter 

5. William A. Ayres 

6. Kathryn O'Loughlin 

McCarthy. 

7. Clifford R. Hope 

Kentucky: 

At large: 

Fred M. Vinson 

John Young Brown 

A. J. May 

Brent Spence. 

Virgil Chapman 

Glover H. Cary 

W. V. Gregory 

Cap R. Carden 

Finley Hamilton 

Louisiana: 

1. Joachim O. Fernandez __ 

2. Paul H. Maloney 

3. Numa F. Montet 

4. John N. Sandlin 

5. Riley J. Wilson 

6. (Vacancy)... — 

7. Rene L. DeRouen 

8. Cleveland Dear 

Maine: 

1. Carroll L. Beedy 

2. Edward C. Moran, Jr... 

3. John G. Utterback 

Maryland: 

1. T. AlanGoldsborough... 

2. William P. Cole, Jr 

3. Vincent L. Palmisano... 

4. Ambrose J. Kennedy 

5. Stephen W. Gambrill... 

6. David J. Lewis 

Massachusetts: 

1. Allen T. Treadway 

2. William J. Granfield 

3. Frank H. Foss 

4 Pehr G. Holmes 



Residence 



Quincy. 

Pekin. 

Bloomington. 

Danville. 

Champaign. 

Carrollton. 

Hillsboro. 

Belleville. 

Robinson. 

Golconda. 

Ava. 

Bloomington. 
Belleville. 

Hammond. 
La Fayette. 
South Bend. 
Auburn. 
Peru. 

Terre Haute. 
Washington. 
Evansville. 
Bedford. 
Connersville. 
New Palestine. 
Indianapolis. 

Washington. 

Clinton. 

Waterloo. 

Decor ah. 

Osceola. 

Des Moines. 

Hastings. 

Laurens. 

Cherokee. 

Fairview. 

Kansas City. 

Coffeyville. 

Marion. 

Wichita. 

Hays. 

Garden City. 



Ashland. 

Lexington. 

Prestonburg. 

Fort Thomas. 

Paris. 

Owensboro. 

Mayfield. 

Munfordville. 

London. 

New Orleans. 

Do. 
Thibodaux. 
Minden. 
Ruston. 

Ville Platte. 
Alexandria. 

Portland. 
Rockland. 
Bangor. 

Denton. 
Towson. 
Baltimore. 

Do. 
Laurel. 
Cumberland. 

Stockbridge. 
Longmeadow 
Fitchburg. 
Worcester. 



state, district, and name 



Massachusetts— Continued. 

5. Edith Nourse Rogers 

6. A. Piatt Andrew 

7. William P. Connery, Jr. 

8. Arthur D. Healey 

9. Robert Luce 

10. George Holden Tinkham 

11. John J. Douglass 

12. John W. McCormack.. 

13. Richard B. Wiggles- 

worth., .i 

14. Joseph W. Martin, Jr„. 

15. Charles L. Gifford 

Michigan: 

1. George G. Sadowski 

2. JohnC. Lehr 

3. Joseph L. Hooper 

4. George Foulkes 

5. Carl E. Mapes 

6. Claude E. Cady 

7. Jesse P. Wolcott 

8. Michael J. Hart 

9. Harry W. Musselwhite. 

10. Roy O. Woodruff 

11. Prentiss M. Brown 

12. W. Frank James.. 

13. Clarence J. McLeod 

14. Carl M. Weideman 

15. John D. Dingell 

16. John Lesinski. 

17. George A. Dondero 

Minnesota: 

At large: 

Magnus Johnson 

Paul J. Kvale 

Henry Arens 

Ernest Lundeen 

Theodore Christianson. 

Einar Hoidale 

Ray P. Chase 

Francis H. Shoemaker- 
Harold Knutson.. 

Mississippi: 

1. John E. Rankin 

2. WallDoxey 

3. William M.Whittington 

4. Jeff Busby 

5. Ross A. Collins 

6. William M. Colmer 

7. Russell Ellzey 

Missouri: 

At large: 

John J. Cochran 

James R. Claiborne 

Joseph B. Shannon 

Clyde Williams 

Clarence Cannon 

Frank H. Lee 

James E. Ruffin 

Ralph F. Lozier 

Jacob L. Milligan 

Reuben T. Wood 

M. A. Romjue 

Richard M. Duncan 

C. C. Dickinson 

Montana: 

1. Joseph P. Monaghan — 

2. RoyE.Ayers 

Nebraska: 

1. John H. Morehead 

2. Edward R. Burke 

3. Edgar Howard 

4. A. C. Shallenberger 

5. Terry M. Carpenter 

Nevada: 

At large: 

James G. Scrugham 

New Hampshire: 

1. William N. Rogers 

2. Charles W. Tobey 



Residence 



Lowell. 

Gloucester. 

Lynn. 

Somerville. 

Waltham. 

Boston. 

Do. 

Do 

Milton. 

North Attleboro. 

Barnstable. 

Detroit. 
Monroe. 
Battle Creek. 
Hartford. 
Grand Rapid?. 
J^ansing. 
Port Huron. 
Saginaw. 
Manistee. 
Bay City. 
St. Ignace. 
Hancock. 
Detroit. 

Do. 

Do. 
Dearborn. 
Royal Oak. 



Kimball. 
Benson. 
Jordan. 
Minneapolis. 

Do. 

Do. 
Anoka. 
Red Wing. 
St. Cloud. 

Tupelo. 

Holly Springs 

Greenwood. 

Houston. 

Meridian. 

Pascagoula. 

Wesson. 



St. Louis. 

Do. 
Kansas City 
Hillsboro. 
Elsbeny. 
Joplin. 
Springfield. 
Carrollton. 
Richmond. 
Springfield. 
Macon. 
St. Joseph. 
Clinton. 

Butte. 

Lewistown. 

Falls City. 

Omaha. 

Columbus. 

Alma. 

Scottsbluil. 



Reno. 



Sanborn ville. 
Temple. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Continued 



3TATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


New Jersey: 

1. Charles A. Wolverton... 


Camden. 

Atlantic City. 

Matawan. 

Trenton. 

Watchung. 

Elizabeth. 

Woodclifi Lake. 

Passaic. 

Cliffside Park. 

Newark. 

Do. 

Do. 
Jersey City. 
West New York. 

Albuquerque. 

Westbury. 
Rockaway Park. 
Brooklyn. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Westerleigh, 

Staten Island. 
New York City. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Bronx. 

Do. 
Tarry town. 
Garrison. 
Coxsackie. 
Albany. 
Salem. 

Schenectady. 
Potsdam. 
Oswego. 
Whitesboro. 
Fraser. 
Syracuse. 
Auburn. 
Elmira. 
Rochester. 
Geneseo. 

Buffalo. 
Williamsville. 
Buffalo. 
Dunkirk. 

Flushing. 
Oswego. 

Washington. 

Warrenton. 

New Bern. 

Smithfield. 

Oxford. 

Durham. 

Fayetteville. 

Thomasville. 

Laurel Springs. 

Gastonia. 

Asheville. 


3. William H. Sutphin 

4. D. Lane Powers 


5. Charles A. Eaton 

6. Donald H. McLean 

7. Randolph Perkins 


9. Edward Kenney 

10. Fred A. Hartley, Jr 

U. Peter A. Cavicchia 

12. Frederick R. Lehlbach.. 

13. Mary T. Norton 

14. Oscar L. Auf der Heide.. 
New Mexico: 

At large: 

L. Dennis Chavez 

New York: 

1. Robert L. Bacon... 

2. William F. Brunner 

3. George W. Lindsay 

4. Thomas H. Cullen 

5. Loring M. Black, Jr 

6. Andrew L. Somers 

7. John J. Delaney 


8. Patrick J. Carley... 

9. Stephen A. Rudd 

10. Emanuel Celler 


11. Anning S. Prall.. 


12. Samuel Dicks tein._ 

13. Christopher D. Sullivan. 

14. William I. Sirovich 


16. John J. O'Connor 

17. Theodore A. Peyser 

18. Martin J. Kennedy 

19. Sol Bloom 


20. James J. Lanzetta 

21. Joseph A. Gavagan 

22. Anthony J. Griffin 

23. Frank Oliver 


24. James M. Fitzpatrick . . . 

25. Charles D. Millard 

26. Hamilton Fish, Jr 

27. Philip A. Goodwin 

28. Parker Corning 


29. James S. Parker 


30. Frank Crowther... 


31. Bertrand H. Snell 

32. Francis D. Culkin.. 

33. Fred J.- Sisson. . 


34. John D. Clarke 


35. Clarence E. Hancock 

36. John Taber 


37. Gale H. Stalker 


38. James L. Whitley 

39. James W. Wadsworth, 

Jr. 

40. Walter G. Andrews 

41. Alfred F. Beiter 


42. James M. Mead. 


43. Daniel A. Reed 


At large: 

Elmer E. Studley 

John Fitzgibbons 

North Carolina: 

1. Lindsay C. Warren 

2. John H. Kerr 


3. Charles L. Abernethy... 

4. Edward W. Pou 


5. Frank W. Hancock, Jr.. 

6. William B. Umstead 

7. J. Bayard Clark 


8. Walter Lambeth 

9. Robert L. Doughton 

10. Alfred L. Bulwinkle 

11. Zebulon Weaver 



state, district, and name 



North Dakota: 
At large: 

James H. Sinclair 

William Lemke 

Ohio: 

1. John B. Hollister 

2. William E. Hess 

3. Byron B. Harlan 

4. Frank L. Kloeb 

5. Frank C. Kniffin 

6. James G. Polk 

7. L. T. Marshall 

8. Brooks Fletcher 

9. Warren J. Duffey 

10. Thomas A. Jenkins 

11. Mell G. Underwood 

12. Arthur P. Lamneck 

13. William L. Fiesinger 

14. Dow W. Harter 

15. Robert T. Secrest 

16. William R. Thorn 

17. Charles West 

18. Lawrence E. Imhoff 

19. John G. Cooper.. 

20. Martin L. Sweeney 

21. Robert Crosser 

22. Chester C. Bolton 

At large: 

Charles V. Truax 

Stephen M. Young 

Oklahoma: 

1. Wesley E. Disney. 

2. William W. Hastings... . 

3. Wilburn Cartwright 

4. Tom D. McKeown 

5. F. B. Swank 

6. Jed Johnson 

7. James V. McClintic 

8. E. W. Marland 

At large: 

Will Rogers... 

Oregon: 

1. James W. Mott 

2. Walter M. Pierce 

3. Charles H. Martin 

Pennsylvania: 

1. Harry C. Ransley 

2. James M. Beck 

3. Alfred M. Waldron 

4. George W. Edmonds 

5. James J. Connolly 

6. Edward L. Stokes 

7. George P. Darrow 

8. James Wolfenden 

9. (Vacancy) 

10. J. Roland Kinzer 

11. Patrick J. Boland 

12. C. Murray Turpin 

13. George F. Brumm 

14. William E. Richardson.. 

15. Louis T. McFadden 

16. Robert F. Rich 

17. J. William Ditter 

18. Benjamin H. Focht 

19. Isaac H. Doutrich 

20. Thomas C. Cochran 

21. Francis E. Walter 

22. Harry L. Haines 

23. J. Banks Kurtz 

24. J. Buell Snyder 

25. Charles I. Faddis 

26. J. Howard Swick 

27. Nathan L. Strong 

28. William M. Berlin 

29. Charles N. Crosby 

30. Twing Brooks 

31. Clyde Kelly ... 

32. Michael J. Muldowney.. 

33. Henry Ellenbogen 

34. Matthew A. Dunn 



Residence 



Kenmare. 
Fargo. 

Cincinnati. 

Do. 
Dayton. 
Celina. 
Napoleon. 
Highland. 
Xenia. 
Marion. 
Toledo. 
Ironton. 
New Lexington. 
Columbus. 
Sandusky. 
Akron. 
Senecaville. 
Canton. 
Granville. 
St. Clairsville. 
Youngstown. 
Cleveland. 

Do. 

Do. 

Bucyrus. 
Cleveland. 

Tulsa. 

Tahlequah. 

McAlester. 

Ada. 

Norman. 

Anadarko. 

Snyder. 

Ponca City. 

Moore. 

Salem. 
La Grande. 
Portland. 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Upper Darby. 

Lancaster. 

Scranton. 

Kingston. 

Minersville. 

Reading. 

Canton. 

Woolrich. 

Ambler. 

Lewisburg. 

Harrisburg. 

Mercer. 

Easton. 

Red Lion. 

Altoona. 

Perryopolis. 

Waynesburg. 

Beaver Falls. 

Brookville. 

Greensburg. 

Meadville. 

Edgeworth. 

Edgewood. 

Pittsburgh. 

Do. 

Do. 



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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Continued 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 



Rhode Island: 

1. Francis B. Condon 

2. John M. O'Connell 

South Carolina: 

1. Thomas S. McMillan... 

2. Hampton P. Fulmer... 

3. John C. Taylor 

4. John J. McSwain 

5. James P. Richards 

6. Allard H. Gasque 

South Dakota: 

1. Fred H. Hildebrandt 

2. Theo. B. Werner 

Tennessee: 

1. B. Carroll Reece 

2. J. Will Taylor 

3. Sam D. McReynolds. 

4. J. R. Mitchell... 

5. Joseph W. Byrns 

6. Clarence W. Turner.. 

7. Gordon Browning 

8. Jere Cooper.. 

9. E. H. Crump 

Texas: 

1 . Wright Patman 

2. Martin Dies 

3. Morgan G. Sanders... 

4. Sam Rayburn 

5. Hatton W. Sumners.. 

6. Luther A. Johnson... 

7. Clark W. Thompson. 

8. JoeH. Eagle 

9. Joseph J. Mansfield.. 

10. James P. Buchanan.. 

11. O. H. Cross 

12. Fritz G. Lanham 

13. W. D. McFarlane 

14. Richard M. Kleberg— 

15. Milton H. West 

16. R. Ewing Thomason. 

17. Thomas L. Blanton.. 

18. Marvin Jones 

At large: 

George B. Terrell 

Sterling P. Strong 

Joseph W. Bailey, Jr.. 
Utah: 

1. Abe Murdock 

2. J. Will Robinson 

Vermont: 

1. Ernest W. Gibson 



Residence 



Pawtucket. 
Westerly. 

Charleston. 

Orangeburg. 

Anderson. 

Greenville. 

Lancaster. 

Florence. 

Water town. 
Rapid City. 

Johnson City. 

La Follette. 

Chattanooga. 

Cookeville. 

Nashville. 

Waverly. 

Huntingdon. 

Dyersburg. 

Memphis. 

Texarkana. 

Orange. 

Canton. 

Bonham. 

Dallas. 

Corsicana. 

Galveston. 

Houston. 

Columbus. 

Brenham. 

Waco. 

Fort Worth. 

Graham. 

Corpus Christ i. 

Brownsville. 

El Paso. 

Abilene. 

Amarillo. 

Alto. 
Dallas. 
Do. 

Beaver. 
Prove 

Brattleboro. 



state, district, and name 



Virginia: 




At large: 




Clifton A. Woodrum 


Roanoke. 


Andrew J. Montague 


Richmond. 


Schuyler Otis Bland 


Newport News. 


Thomas G. Burch 


Martinsville. 


A. Willis Robertson 


Lexington. 


Howard W. Smith 


Alexandria. 


Patrick Henry Drewry.. 


Petersburg. 


Colgate W. Darden, Jr.. 


Norfolk. 


John W. Flannagan, Jr.. 


Bristol. 


Washington: 




1. Marion A. Zioncheck 


Seattle. 


2. Monrad C. Wallgren... 


Bellingham. 


3. Martin F. Smith 


Hoquiam. 


4. KnuteHill 


Prosser. 


5. Samuel B. Hill 


Waterville. 


6. Wesley Lloyd 




West Virginia: 




1. Robert L. Ramsay 


Follansbee. 


2. Jennings Randolph 


Elkins. 


3. (Vacancy) 




4. George W. Johnson 


Parkersburg. 


5. John Kee 


Bluefield. 


6. Joe L. Smith 


Beckley. 


Wisconsin: 




1. George W. Blanchard... 


Edgerton. 


2. Charles W. Henney 


Portage. 


3. Gardner R. Withrow.... 


La Crosse. 


4. Raymond J. Cannon 


Milwaukee. 


5. Thomas O'Malley 


Do. 


6. Michael K. Reilly 


Fond du Lac. 


7. Gerald J. Boileau 


Wausau. 


8. James Hughes 


De Pere. 


9. James A. Frear. 


Hudson. 


10. Hubert H. Peavey 


Washburn. 


Wyoming: 




At large: 




Vincent Carter 


Kemmerer. 


Territorial Delegates 




Alaska: 




Anthony J. Dimond 


Valdez. 


Hawah: 




Lincoln L. McCandless. 


Honolulu. 


Resident Commissioners 




Philippine Islands: 






Santa Cruz. 




Balaoan. 


Puerto Rico: 




Santiago Iglesias. 


San Juan. 



Residence 



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George H. Carter 

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Henry H. Wright 

Edward J. Wilver 

William A. Smith 

Daniel P. Bush 

James K. Wallace 

Ernest E. Emerson.. . 
Morris S. Kantrowitz. 

Frank M. Roller 

Ellwood S. Moorhead. 

Edward A. Huse 

Hermann B. Barnhart 

Bert E. Bair 

Martin R. Speelman.. 

Edward G. Whall 

William A. Mitchell- . 

Alfred E. Hanson 

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Congressional Record Clerk... 

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Superintendent of Accounts and Budget 
Officer. 

Purchasing Agent 

Acting Technical Director 

Acting Chief Instructor of Apprentices 

Production Manager 

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Superintendent of Printing 

Superintendent of Presswork 

Superintendent of Binding. 

Superintendent of Platemaking. 

Superintendent of Planning 

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Superintendent of Documents 

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Maude G. Nichols 

Linn R. Blanchard 

Albert F. Zahm.... 

Florence S. Hellman 

George W. Morgan 

Charles H. Hastings 

James B. Childs 

Julian Leavitt 

Arthur W. Hummel 

Clarence W. Perley 

David J. Haykin 

Worthington C. Ford... 

H. H. B. Meyer 

Samuel M. Croft. 

John Franklin Jameson. 

Lawrence Martin 

Carl Engel 

Henry S. Parsons 

Leicester B. Holland 

Israel Schapiro 

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William Lee Corbin 

Frederick E. Brasch 

John T. Vance, Jr. 

William L. Brown 

William C. Bond 

Wade H. Rabbitt. 



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Chief, Card Division 

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Chief, Documents Division 

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Director, Legislative Reference . 

Chief, Mail Division. 

Chief, Division of Manuscripts 

Chief, Division of Maps... 

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26th— 
23d.... 
2d 


3,200 


Malvina Thompson Scheider . 


Social Secretary .. . 


3,200 


Margaret A. Durand. 


Assistant to the Secretary to the President. .. 


3,200 


Rudolph Forster 


7,000 


M. C. Latta... 


Executive Clerk 


Okla.... 
DC 


8th—. 


5,600 


Raymond D. Muir 




3,800 











DEPARTMENT OF STATE > 

SECRETARY 

CORDELL HULL, OF TENNESSEE 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Com- 




Office of the Secretary 



William Phillips 

Wilbur J. Carr 

Harry F. Payer 

Jefferson Caffery 

R. Walton Moore. 

Green H. Hack worth 

Harry A. McBride 

William C. Bullitt 

Vinton Chapin 

Keith Merrill 

Clinton E. MacEachran. 
(Vacancy) 



Lowell C. Pinkerton 

Stanley K. Hornbeck. 
Edwin C. Wilson *._.. 



Jay Pierrepont Moffat ». 



Wallace Murray 

Herschel V. Johnson 2 . 
Robert F. Kelley 



Herbert Feis 

RuthB. Shipley 

Hunter Miller 

Michael J. McDermott. 
Herbert C. Hengstler.. 

James Clement Dunn.. 



Charles M. Barnes. 
David A. Salmon.. 



A. Dana Hodgdon. . . 

William McNeir 

Emerson Christie 

Margaret M. Hanna. 



James J. Murphy, Jr. 
Robert J. Phillips 



W. Ford Cramer.. 

Ira F. Hoyt 

Robert A. Proctor 

Somerset A. Owen 

(Vacancy) 

Harry H. Bolds. 

Howard Fyfe. 

John H. E. McAndrews. 

Joseph F. Roberts. 

Leon Zinser 



Under Secretary... 
Assistant Secretary . 
,_..do 



do 

do 

Legal Adviser 

Assistant to the Secretary 

Special Assistant to the Secretary 

Assistant to the Under Secretary 

Executive Assistant to Assistant Secretary. .. 

Chief Clerk and Administrative Assistant.... 

Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Per- 
sonnel. 

Director, Foreign Service Officers' Training 
School. 

Chief of the Division of Far Eastern Affairs 

Chief of the Division of Latin American 
Affairs. 

Chief of the Division of Western European 
Affairs. 

Chief of the Division of Near Eastern Affairs . . 

Chief of the Division of Mexican Affairs 

Chief of the Division of Eastern European 
Affairs. 

Economic Adviser 

Chief of the Passport Division 

Historical Adviser 

Chief of the Division of Current Information. . 

Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Ad- 
ministration. 

Chief of the Division of Protocol and Con- 
fcrcnccs 

Chief of the Treaty Division... 

Chief of the Division of Communications and 
Records. 

Chief of the Visa Division 

Chief of the Bureau of Accounts 

Chief of the Translating Bureau 

Chief of the Office of Coordination and Re- 
view. 

Chief of the Consular Commercial Office 

Acting chief of the Foreign Service Buildings 
Office. 

Disbursing Officer.. 

Passport Agent, New York City 

Passport Agent, Chicago 

Passport Agent, San Francisco 

Passport Agent, New Orleans.. 

Passport Agent, Boston 

Dispatch Agent, New York City.. 

Dispatch Agent, London, England — 

Dispatch Agent, San Francisco .. 

Dispatch Agent, New Orleans , 



Mass.. 
N.Y.- 
Ohio-. 
La.... 
Va_... 
Ky.... 
Mich- 
Pa.... 
Mass.. 
Minn. 
Mass.. 



10th. 
25th. 
22d_. 



10th. 
6th.. 



4th. 
5th. 
9th. 



$10, 000 
9,00(i 
8, 000 
8,000 
8,000 
9,000 
8,000 
8,000 
4, 600 
6, 500 
4,800 



Mo. 



Colo.. 

Fla... 



N.H.. 

Ohio.. 
N.C.. 

Mass. 

N.Y.. 
Md.. 
N.Y.. 
Mass. 
Ohio. 

N.Y.. 



Va... 
Conn. 



9th. 



1st. 
4th. 



2d. 



9th.. 
11th. 

16th. 
5th.. 
17th. 
7th.. 
3d... 



Md.. 
D.C.. 
D.C.. 

Kans. 



Pa.. 
N.Y. 



17th. 



10th. 
4th.. 



5th. 



5th. 



6th.. 
2d... 



N.Y.. 

Conn. 
D.C.. 
Md.. 



21st. 
5th.. 



5th„ 



. 7,000 

J 8,000 
. 8,000 

.I 8,000 

■ 8, 000 
. 7, 000 
. i 8, 000 

J 8,000 
. 5,600 
. 6, 500 

4, 800 
.; 0,500 

.; 8,000 

. 0,500 
5,600 

5,000 

4,000 

J 3,300 

5, 000 

J 5,600 

. 6, 500 

3, 500 
4,800 
3, 700 
3,600 



D.C.. 

N.Y.. 
Minn. 



La. 



3,700 
4,500 
4,000 



1 The Department of State issues annually a register in which is given complete information regarding the 
officials and employees in the United States and of the Foreign Service of the United States, including 
biographical material; American consular districts in foreign countries; tariff of United States consular fees; 
acts and regulations governing the Foreign Service; Presidents of the United States and principal officers of 
the Department since 1789; diplomatic agents of the United States since 1776; and an alphabetical index of 
persons and places. In addition the Department issues, as separate publications, a monthly list of foreign 
diplomatic representatives in the United States, a semiannual list of foreign consular officers in the United 
States, a quarterly list of American Foreign Service officers abroad, and an annual list of American delegates 
to international conferences and members of international commissions. These publications are for sale 
by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 

2 Foreign Service officer. 

14 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

SECRETARY 

WILLIAM H. WOODIN, OF NEW YORK 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Office of the Secretary 



Dean Q. Acheson 

Thomas Hewes 

L. W. Robert, Jr 

Stephen B. Gibbons 

John Kieley... 

W. Norman Thompson. 

Edwin L. Kilby 

H. R. Sheppard 

Francis C. Rose 

Frank A. Birgfeld 

W. H. Moran.. 

James E. Harper 

L. C. Spangler 

John L. Summers 

Aubrey S. McLeod 



Special Staff Assistants 



O. M. W. Sprague 

Walter J. Cummings 

John G. Harlan 

Benjamin H. Bartholow. 
Edward G. Lowry, Jr.— 

Alfred K. Cherry 

Stewart Berkshire 

Clayton E. Turney 

Bolon B. Turner. 

Charles R. Schoeneman. 
Leo C. Martin 



Comptroller of the Currency 



J. F. T. O'Connor. 
Geo. R. Marble... 

E. F. Quinn 

L. G. Copeland 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Under Secretary 

Assistant Secretary. 
do- 



.do- 



Assistant to the Secretary _. 

Executive Assistant to the Under Secretary. 

Junior Assistant to the Under Secretary 

Assistant to Assistant Secretary 

do 



Chief Clerk 

Chief, Secret Service Division 

Chief, Division of Appointments. 

Chief, Division of Supply.. 

Disbursing Clerk 

Government actuary... 



Financial Executive Assistant to the Secretary. 

Executive Assistant to the Secretary 

Financial Legal Assistant to the Secretary. .. 

Special Assistant to the Secretary 

do 

Legal Assistant to the Under Secretary 

do 



Principal attorney 

do 

Special Staff Assistant 

Special Assistant to Assistant Secretary. 



Adelia M. Stewart- 
William A. Kane... 

C. E. Gross.. 

(Vacancy) 

William F. Offutt.. 



Treasurerof the United States 



W.A.Julian 

Marion Banister 

George O. Barnes... 
Julian C. Wallace. . . 
Harry H. Hulbirt— 
Clarence E. Hearst- 
Andrew W. Starratt. 
William J. Weber... 
Frank E. Reppert... 
Michael S. Slindee.. 



Comptrolier 

Chief Clerk... 

Chief, Organization Division.. 

Chief, Federal Reserve Issue and Redemp- 
tion Division. 

Chief, Examining Division... 

Chief, Statistical Division... 

Chief, Issue Division 

Chief, Bookkeeping Division 

Superintendent, Redemption Division 



Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

Executive Assistant to the Treasurer 

Chief Clerk.. 

Cashier 

Chief, Securities Division 

Chief, Accounting Division 

Chief, General accounts 

Chief, Redemption Division. 

Superintendent, National Bank Redemption 
Agency. 



Legal residence 



State 



Md 


6th.... 


Conn 


1st 


Ga 


5th— 


N.Y.... 


23d.... 


Ohio 


21st... 


D.C 




Maine. . 


3d 


Ind 


7th— 


D.C— 




Md 


5th— 


D.C 




s.c 


4th— 


Va 


8th— 


Tenn . . . 


nth... 


N.Y.... 


2d 



Mass 

111 

Texas. .. 

Md 

D.C 

Utah- 
Texas... 

Iowa 

Ark 

R.I 

D.C 



Calif. 
D.C. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Wis. 
N.J. 
Pa.. 



D.C. 



Ohio 

D.C. 



Md.. 
Wyo. 

Kans 

Md.. 
Ill— 

Kans 

Iowa. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$10,000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,000 
6,000 
7,500 
3,800 
5,000 
5,000 
6,400 
8,000 
5,400 
5,800 
5,400 
4,600 



9th.. 
9th.. 
16th. 
6th.. 



2d... 
16th. 
lst.. 
5th.. 
2d... 



15th. 



3d... 

8th.. 

10th. 
4th.. 
29th. 



15,000 
14,200 
8,000 
8,000 
6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,800 
5,600 



15,000 
3,300 
4,800 
4,500 

5,800 
3,400 
3,600 



1st. 



17th. 
6th- 
15th. 
2d... 
6th.. 
8th.. 
lst.. 
4th- 



2,900 



8,000 
5, 600 
6,200 
3,200 
5, 000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
3, 600 
5,000 



1 Receives $7,000 additional compensation as member of the Federal Reserve Board. 



IS 



16 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Public Debt Service 

William S. Broughton 

Sydney R. Jacobs 

ReneW. Barr 

William W. Durbin 

Byrd LeavelL 

Marvin Wesley 

Melvin R. Loafman 

Maurice A. Emerson 1.. 

Commissioner of Accounts 
and Deposits 

Daniel W. Bell.— 

Edward F. Bartelt 

Andrew M. Smith 

Edward D. Batchelder 

Walter R. Stark _. 

Bureau of Internal Revenue 

Commissioner's Office 



Commissioner ■» 

Assistant Commisisoner 

Deputy Commissioner... ;'_ 

Register of the Treasury 

Assistant Register of the Treasury 

Chief, Division of Loans and Currency.. 
Chief, Division of Accounts and Audit.. 
Chief, Division of Paper Custody 



Commissioner 

Assistant Commissioner 

Chief, Division of Bookkeeping and Warrants 

Chief, Division of Deposits 

Chief Economist... 



Guy T. Helvering... I Commissioner of Internal Revenue 

(Vacancy) Assistant to the Commissioner 

P. R. Baldridge Special Deputy Commissioner 

A. R. Marrs ..! Technical Assistant to the Commissioner. 

L. C. Mitchell ! do 



Joseph K. Moyer Chairman, special advisory committee. 

ElmerJL. Irey... j Chief, Intelligence Unit. 



Q. S. Paul! 

F. I. Evans 

John L. McGrew 



Office of General Counsel 



Head, Appointment Division.. 
Head, Administrative Division. 
Head, Information Division 



General Counsel .. 
General Assistant. 

do 

do 



E. Barrett Prettyman 

J. M. Williamson 

F. F. Toomey. 

P. C. Alexander 

L. S. Cannon.. j do 

Ottamar Hamele Head, Appeals Division... 

Wiliiam T. Sabine, Jr ' Head, Civil Division 

D. C. Moore j Head, Interpretative Division.. 

H. E. Laughlin i Head, Penal Division 

E. P. King j Head, Review Division 

Charles A. Drake ..! Head, Administrative Division. 

Accounts and Collections 
Unit 



George J. Schoeneman Deputy Commissioner 

V. H. Self. ..I Assistant Deputy Commissioner 

H. F. Dolan J Head, Disbursement Accounting Division.... 

G. G. Davis Head, Collectors' Personnel and Equipment 

Division. 
L. 0. Miller Head, Collection Accounting Division 



Income Tax Unit 



Charles T. Russell Deputy Commissioner 

W. T. Sherwood | Assistant Deputy Commissioner. 

H. B. Robinson | Head, Audit Review Division 

Frederic Newburgh 

T. F. Langley 

A. B. Niess 

S. P. Hatchett 



Head, Field Procedure Division. 

Head, Clearing Division 

Head, Records Division 

Head, Valuation Division 



Miscellanous Tax Unit 



Wright Matthews Deputy Commissioner 

Adelbert Christy i Assistant Deputy Commissioner. 

H. K. Melcher i Head, Estate Tax Division. 

D. S. Bliss : ' Head, Sales Tax Division 

M. F. Snider j Head, Processing Tax Division. . 

Le Roy Rogers j Head, Tobacco Division 



Legal residence 



State 



111 

Wis 

D.C.... 
Ohio.... 

Va 

Ga 

Iowa 

Md 



111 

111 

Va 

N.H.... 
Mich 



Kans. 



Iowa.. 
N.Y.. 
Iowa.. 
N.J... 
Mo— . 
Ohio.. 
Pa.__. 
Nebr.. 



Md... 
Calif.. 
Wash. 
Mo... 
N.C.- 
Tex.-. 
Md... 
Tenn. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Ohio.. 



R.I-__. 

Tenn.. 
W.Va- 

Ohio... 



Pa. 



Mo 

D.C.... 

N.Y-_. 
Wis.~ . 

Ky— . 
Md.... 
N.Mex. 



Tex.... 
Iowa... 

Me 

Conn.. 
Ohio... 
N.J... 



Cong. 

dist. 



12th. 
1st.. 



8th.. 
8th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
6th.. 



20th. 
15th. 
8th.. 
2d... 
8th.. 



6th. 
3d." 



7th.. 
7th.. 
5th.. 
15th. 
17th. 
lst.. 



6th. 



1st.. 
1st.. 
8th- 
16th. 
6th.. 



3d. 

2d. 

1st. 



1st... 
1st.. 
4th„ 
4th._ 

16th. 



38th.. 
1st.-. 
10th.. 
6th... 
AtL. 



7th... 
5th... 
3d— 
4th... 
3d... . 
1st... 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



17 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Internal Revenue- 
Continued 

Collectors of Internal Revenue 


District and Headquarters 
Alabama, Birmingham 


Ala 

Ariz 

Ark 

Calif.. - 
Calif.. -. 
Colo..-_ 

Conn 

Del 

Fla 

Ga 

T.H 


7th..-. 
AtL.. 
5th.... 
7th.... 
15th... 

2d 

1st 

AtL.. 
4th...- 
3d 


$5, 600 




5,600 






5,600 




First California, San Francisco 


6,500 






6,500 






5,600 






6,500 


Willard F. Deputy .. 




5,600 




Florida, Jacksonville 

Georgia, Atlanta 

Hawaii, Honolulu 


6, 500 


William E. Page 


5,600 


Fred H Kenne 


5,600 


John R. Viley. 


Idaho. .. 
Ill 

111 

Ind 

Iowa 

Kans... . 

Ky 

La 

Maine.. 

Md 

Mass 

Mich... 
Minn... 

Miss 

Mo 

Mo 

Mont... 
Nebr.... 

Nev 

N.H 

N.J 

N.J 

N.Mex.. 
N.Y.... 
N.Y.... 

N.Y 

N.Y.... 

N.Y 

N.Y 

N.C 

N.Dak.. 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Okla.... 

Oreg 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

R.I 

S.C 

S.Dak.. 
Tenn.... 

Tex 

Tex 

Utah.... 

Vt 

Va 

Wash... 
W.Va... 

Wis 

Wyo.... 

Ala 

Ariz 

Ariz 

Ark 

Calif.... 
Calif.... 


1st-... 
9th.... 
21st... 
12th... 

2d 

2d 

1st 

2d 

3d 

5th.... 
5th.... 

2d 

8th.... 
7th.... 
10th... 
5th.... 

1st 

3d 

AtL.. 
1st.... 

1st 

8th.... 
AtL.. 

1st 

AtL.. 
AtL.. 
28th... 
35th... 
40th... 
6th.... 
AtL.. 
2d..... 
9th.... 
12th... 
17th... 
6th.... 

2d 

22d— _ 
20th... 
33d.... 
1st.... 
6th.... 

1st 

5th 

10th... 
5th.... 

2d 

1st 

7th.... 

1st 

6th.. .. 
5th.... 
At L_. 

7th.... 
AtL.. 
At L__ 
5th.... 
6th.... 
4th.... 


5, 600 


Carter Harrison... 


First Illinois, Chicago 


6,500 




6,500 


Will H. Smith 




0,500 


Charles D. Huston 


Iowa, Des Moines 

Kansas, Wichita 

Kentucky, Louisville. 

Louisiana, New Orleans 

Maine, Augusta 

Maryland, Baltimore 

Massachusetts, Boston 

Michigan, Detroit 

Minnesota, St. Paul 

Mississippi, Jackson. 


6.500 


Harry D. Baker 


6,500 


Seldon R. Glenn 


6,500 


Lawrence A. Merrigan. 

Frank J. Ham 


7,000 
6.200 


J. Enos Ray 


6,500 


Joseph P. Carney 


6,500 


Horatio J. Abbott 


6,500 


Joseph Wolf 


6,500 


Eugene Fly 


5,600 


Louis J. Becker 


7,000 


Dan M. Nee 


Sixth Missouri, Kansas City.. 


0,500 






5,600 


George W. O'Malley 




5,600 


Robert L. Douglass 


Nevada, Reno.. 


5,600 


Peter M. Gagne 


New Hampshire, Portsmouth 


5,600 


Harry L. Maloney 


6,500 


Charles V. Duffy... 


Fifth New Jersey, Newark 


6,500 


Steven P. Vidal 


5,600 


Almon G. Rasquin 


First New York, Brooklyn 


6,500 


William Duggan... 


Second New York, New York, N.Y 


7,500 


Charles W. Anderson 


Third New York, New York, N.Y... 


6,500 


John B. Sherman (acting) 


5,000 


Frank J. Shaughnessy 




6,500 


George T. McGowan 


Twenty-eighth New York, Buffalo 


6,500 


Charles H. Robertson 


6,500 


Hector H. Perry 


North Dakota, Fargo. 


5,600 


Thomas J. Conner 


6,500 


Charles H. Graves 


Tenth Ohio, Toledo.. 


5,600 


Harry F. Busey 




5,600 


Carl E. Moore 


Eighteenth Ohio, Cleveland 

Oklahoma, Oklahoma City.. 

Oregon, Portland 

First Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

Twelfth Pennsylvania, Scranton 

Twenty-third Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh 

Rhode Island, Providence 

South Carolina, Columbia 

South Dakota, Aberdeen 


6,500 


Henry C. Jones . 


6,500 


James W. Maloney. 


6,500 


Alvin F. Fix 


6,500 


Leo C. Mundy 


6,500 


David L. Lawrence 


6,500 


Joseph V. Broderick 


5,600 


Robert M. Cooper 


5,600 


Leslie Jensen 


6,000 


Charles M. McCabe 


6.500 


Alexander S. Walker 


First Texas, Austin 


6,500 


William A. Thomas 


Second Texas, Dallas 


6, 500 


Ira N. Hinckley 


Utah, Salt Lake City . 


5,600 


Fred C. Martin. 




5,600 


Nathaniel B. Early, Jr. 


Virginia, Richmond 


0,500 


John C. Bowen. 




6,500 


Walter R. Thurmond 


West Virginia, Parkersburg 

Wisconsin, Milwaukee 

Wyoming, Cheyenne. 

Office Deputy, Birmingham 

Office Deputy, Phoenix . . 


5,600 


Otto A. LaBudde 


6,500 


Thomas K. Cassidy 


5,000 


Chief Deputy Collectors 

James Arthur Downer 2 

Roy N. Davidson J 


4,000 
4,600 


John A. Sisson 3 


Field Deputy, Phoenix 


3, 200 


Louis B. Morgan 


Field deputy, Little Rock . 


3,600 


Richard Nickell... 


Office deputy, 1st dist. Calif., San Francisco.. 
Field deputy, 1st dist. Calif., San Francisco.. 


4,600 


Ernest M. Schino 3 


4,600 



2 Assistant to collector. 



3 Chief, field division. 



18 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Internal Revenue — 

Continued 

Chief Deputy Collectors— Con. 



Edgar M. Cohee.. 

James G. Lytle 

Thomas B. Lynch 2 _ 

Joseph E. Delehant ' 

Frederic L. Appleton 

John J. White 

W. Truxton Boyce 2 

Guy S. Pease 2 

William A. Boss 

George C. Ogletree 2 „ 

Paul Cobb 

William G. Ashley, jr.*— . 

Orin C. Wilson 

Ernest P. Armstrong 2 

John S. Peterson *. .. 

Elizabeth K. Eckert 

C. Ambrose Plamondon... 

Samuel J. Tompkins 2 

John E. Dressendorfer 

William H. Smith 2 

Charles L. McDorman 

George W. Bird 2 

Claude E. Doak 

Frank E. McMullan 

Arch G. Moll... 

Eugene DeMunbrun 

Arch H. Pulliam 

Don Sisa Sweeney 2 

Geo. W. Woodard 

Melvin H. Simmons 2 

Maybury W. Birch.. 

Lewis L. Milbourne 

A. Parks Rasin 

John M. Terwilliger 

Fred M. Cook 

Arthur R. Knox 2 

Harlan P. Gardner 

Geo. P. Hewes 2 

Claude Bennett, 

Walter F. Freimuth 2 

Harry H. Weil 

Rollie Timmons 2 

Jas. T. Langston... 

Thos. M. Robinson 

Lowell C. Burns 

Kit J. Carson 2 

John P. Foley 

Iven Jeffries 2 

Lew W. Hutchins 

John J. Scammom 2 

Robert F. Allison 

William Herman Morris 2 . 
Addington B. Campbell. _ 

Thomas C. Smith 

Christopher G. Branegan. 

Joseph B. Grant 2 

Hugh G. Neary... 

John E. Brady 

(Vacancy) 

George C. Nordinger 

John S. Shea 

Charles B. Largy 

(Vacancy) 

Frank G. Jacobs 

(Vacancy). 

William F. Hart 

S. James Naples 2 

R os well N. Vosseller 

Cornelia P. Jerman 2 

Kaymond P. Earnhardt.. 

Chessmur A. Fisher 2 

William G. Ray 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District and Headquarters—Continued 



Chief clerk, 6th dist. Calif., Los Angeles.... 
Field deputy, 6th dist. Calif., Los Angeles. 

Clerk, dist. Colo., Denver 

Field deputy, dist. Colo., Denver... 

Office deputy, dist. Conn., Hartford 

Field deputy, dist. Conn., Hartford 

Office deputy, dist. Del., Wilmington 

Office deputy, dist. Fla., Jacksonville 

Field deputy, dist. Fla., Jacksonville 

Clerk, dist. Ga., Atlanta 

Field deputy, dist. Ga., Atlanta 

Office deputy, dist. Hawaii, Honolulu 

Field deputy, dist. Hawaii, Honolulu 

Clerk, dist. Idaho, Boise 

Field deputy, dist. Idaho, Boise 

Chief clerk, 1st dist. 111., Chicago 

Field deputy, 1st dist. 111., Chicago 

Office deputy, 8th dist. 111., Springfield 

Field deputy, 8th dist. 111., Springfield 

Office deputy, dist. Ind., Indianapolis 

Field deputy, dist. Ind., Indianapolis 

Office deputy, dist. Iowa, Des Moines 

Field deputy, dist. Iowa, Des Moines 

Office deputy, dist. Kans., Wichita 

Field deputy, dist. Kans., Wichita 

Office deputy, dist. Ky., Louisville 

Field deputy, dist. Ky., Louisville 

Office deputy, dist. La., New Orleans. 

Field deputy, dist. La., New Orleans 

Office deputy, dist. Maine, Augusta 

Field deputy, dist. Maine, Augusta 

Clerk, dist. Md., Baltimore 

Field deputy, dist. Md., Baltimore 

Chief clerk, dist. Mich., Detroit... 

Field deputy, dist. Mich., Detroit 

Office deputy, dist. Minn., St. Paul 

Field deputy, dist. Minn., St. Paul 

Clerk, dist. Miss., Jackson 

Field deputy, dist. Miss., Jackson... 

Office deputy, 1st dist. Mo., St. Louis 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Mo., St. Louis 

Office deputy, 6th dist. Mo., Kansas City- 
Field deputy, 6th dist. Mo., Kansas City.. 

Office deputy, dist. Mont., Helena 

Field deputy, dist. Mont., Helena 

Clerk, dist. Nebr., Omaha 

Field deputy, dist. Nebr., Omaha — 

Office deputy, dist. Nev., Reno 

Field deputy, dist. Nev., Reno 

Office deputy, dist. N.H., Portsmouth 

Field deputy, dist. N.H., Portsmouth 

Office deputy, 1st dist. N.J., Camden 

Field deputy, 1st dist. N.J., Camden 

Office deputy, 5th dist. N.J., Newark 

Field deputy, 5th dist. N.J., Newark 

Office deputy, dist. N.Mex., Albuquerque. 
Office deputy, 1st dist. N.Y., Brooklyn.. .. 

Field deputy, 1st dist. N.Y., Brooklyn 

Office deputy, 2d dist. N.Y., New York— 
Field deputy, 2d dist. N.Y., New York — 
Office deputy, 3d dist. N.Y., New York.... 
Field deputy, 3d dist. N.Y., New York.... 

Clerk, 14th dist. N.Y., Albany 

Field deputy, 14th dist. N.Y., Albany 

21st dist. N.Y., Syracuse ■ 

Field deputy, 21st dist. N.Y., Syracuse 

Office deputy, 28th dist. N.Y., Buffalo 

Field deputy, 28th dist. N.Y., Buffalo 

Clerk, dist. N.C., Raleigh 

Field deputy, dist. N.C., Raleigh 

Office deputy, dist. N.Dak., Fargo 

Field deputy, dist. N.Dak., Fargo 



Legal residence | 



State 



Calif.... 
Calif.... 
Colo.... 
Colo.... 
Conn... 
Conn... 

Del 

Fla 

Fla 

Ga 

Ga 

Hawaii. 
Hawaii. 
Idaho... 
Idaho... 

HI 

111. 

Ill 

111 

Ind 

Ind 

Iowa 

Iowa 

Kans 

Kans... . 

Ky 

Ky 

La 

La 

Maine.. 
Maine.. 

Md 

Md 

Mich— . 
Mich- 
Minn... 
Minn... 

Miss 

Miss 

Mo 

Mo 

Mo 

Mo 

Mont... 
Mont... 
Nebr— 
Nebr... . 

Nev 

Nev 

N.H.... 
N.H.... 

N.J 

N.J 

N.J 

N.J 

N.Mex.. 
N.Y.... 
N.Y.... 



Cong, 
dist. 



10th.. 
10th.. 
1st... 
2d.... 
1st... 
1st... 
AtL. 
4th... 
4th... 
7th... 
4th... 



2d— 
2d— 
9th... 
9th— 
16th.. 
21st.. 
6th... 
10th.. 
2d... . 
4th... 
5th... 
2d— 
3d— 
4th... 
1st... 
8th— 
3d—. 
3d— . 
lst... 
lst... 
13th-. 
5th— 
4th— 
4th— 
6th... 
6th— 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 



N.Y. 



N.Y... 
N.Y... 
N.Y— . 
N.C— 
N.C— . 
N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 



12th.. 
8th— 
7th— 
1st ... 
2d— . 
2d— 
2d— 
AtL. 
AtL. 
lst... 
1st... 
1st— 
2d— - 
3d— 
10th- 
At L. 
4th.._ 
4th... 



27th... 



35th.. 
40th... 
40th.. 
4th... 
8th— 
2d... . 
3d.... 



2 Assistant to collector. 



Chief, field division 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



19 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 






Bureau of Internal Revenue — 

Continued 

' Deputy Collectors— Con. 

Vacancy) 

Frank E. Bell 

George P. Metzger 

Herman D. Weaver 2 

Walter M. McKibben... 

Ralph B. Ellars 2 

Charles V. Gilbert 

Preston G. Rawdon 2 

William C. McAlister 

Tom R. Wilson 2 

Wm. A. Delzell— 

William E. Brown 2 

Alexander L. Gillars 

Willard F. Jones 2 

Oarl A. Scull 

Elmer E. Conner 

William Driscoll 

Henry J. Spooner, 3d 2 

Frank H. Murphy 

Fred Wannamaker 2 

Edward D. Buckley 

Jacob L. Parrott 

Geo. N. Welch, Jr 

Byrd L. Quarles 

M. S. Landrum 2 

Fred B. Parsons 

Wm. F. Skillman 2 

Thomas F. Johnson 

David E. Evans 2 

Wm. N. Gardner 

Henry H. Riordan 2 

John W. Gaynor 

Alfred H. Page 2 

John T. Barns 

Anthony J. Swindle 2 

Joseph M. Moore 

Hugh R. Ferrell 

F. Roy Hoke— 

George Reisimer 2 

Herman Ansorge 

Thomas W. O'Hara 2 

LeRoy Joyce 

Internal Revenue Agents in 
Charge 

Charles B. Allen 

Chauncey W. Herrick 

Beider W. Wilde, Jr 

Walter P. Mays 

Joseph R. Baradel 

Thomas E. Doyle 

Delbert W. Reynolds 

Daniel J. Daly 

■ Vacancy) 

John H. McMurtry 

Walter L. Shuck 

Leslie R. Miles 

J. Carlisle Wilmer 

James J. Drakeford 

Clarence R. Krigbaum 

William A. Holt 

William P. Billings. _. 

Albert Lewis 

Harley Howard 

Thomas M. Kenefick 

Clarence W. Rink 

Harry T. McCauley 

John P. Marstella 

'ieorge E. Neal 

John R. Kirk 

Marshall T. Polk 

3 Assistant to collector. 



District and Headquarters— Continued 



1st dist. Ohio, Cincinnati 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Ohio, Cincinnati — 

Field deputy, 10th dist. Ohio, Toledo 

Clerk, 11th dist. Ohio, Columbus 

Field deputy, 11th dist. Ohio, Columbus... 
Office deputy, 18th dist. Ohio, Cleveland.. 
Field deputy, 18th dist. Ohio, Cleveland... 
Office deputy, dist. Okla., Oklahoma City. 
Field deputy, dist. Okla., Oklahoma City- 
Office deputy, dist. Oreg., Portland 

Field deputy, dist. Oreg., Portland.. 

Clerk, 1st dist. Pa., Philadelphia. 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Pa., Philadelphia. .. 

Clerk, 12th dist. Pa., Scranton 

Field deputy, 12th dist. Pa., Scranton 

Clerk, 23d dist. Pa., Pittsburgh 

Field deputy, 23d dist. Pa., Pittsburgh 

Office deputy, dist. R.I., Providence 

Field deputy, dist. R.I., Providence 

Office deputy, dist. S.C., Columbia 

Field deputy, dist. S.C., Columbia 

Field deputy, dist. S.Dak., Aberdeen 

Office deputy, dist. Tenn., Nashville 

Field deputy, dist. Tenn., Nashville 

Office deputy, 1st dist. Tex., Austin 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Tex., Austin 

Office deputy, 2d dist. Tex., Dallas 

Field deputy, 2d dist. Tex., Dallas 

Office deputy, dist. Utah, Salt Lake City. . 
Field deputy, dist. Utah, Salt Lake City... 

Clerk, dist. Vt., Burlington 

Field deputy, dist. Vt., Burlington. 

Clerk, dist. Va., Richmond 

Field deputy, dist. Va., Richmond 

Office deputy, dist. Wash., Tacoma 

Field deputy, dist. Wash., Tacoma 

Office deputy, dist. W.Va., Parkersburg... 
Field deputy, dist. W.Va., Parkersburg — 

Clerk, dist. Wis., Milwaukee 

Field deputy, dist. Wis., Milwaukee 

Office deputy, dist. Wyo., Cheyenne 

Field deputy, dist. Wyo., Cheyenne 



New York, N.Y., Fisk Building. _. 

Chicago, 111 

San Francisco, Calif 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

New York, N.Y., 17 Battery Place- 
New Haven, Conn 

Milwaukee, Wis 

St. Louis, Mo 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Louisville, Ky... 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Huntington, W.Va 

Baltimore, Md 

Omaha, Nebr 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Indianapolis, Ind 

Richmond, Va 

Buffalo, N.Y 

Boston, Mass 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Denver, Colo .. 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Detroit, Mich. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Nashville, Tenn 



Ohio 

Ohio 

Ohio.... 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Okla.... 
Okla.— 

Oreg 

Oreg 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

R.I 

R.I 

S.C 

s.c 

S.Dak... 
Tenn.... 
Tenn.... 

Tex 

Tex 

Tex 

Tex 

Utah.... 
Utah— 

Vt 

Vt 

Va 

Va 

Wash... 

Wash... 

W.Va... 

W.Va— 

Wis.. 

Wis.. 

Wyo. 

Wyo. 



Maine— 
N.Y 

Calif. ... 
Pa 

N.Y 

Conn 

Wis 

Mo 



9th.. 

12th" 
22d- 
22d_. 
4th._ 
5th- 
3d— 
1st.. 

13th". 
11th. 
11th. 



1st.... 

7th— 

1st 

3d 

5th— 
4th— 
10th— 
10th... i 
7th.... 
13th— 

2d 

5th— 
lst.... 
lst-... 

3d 

6th— 

3d 

3d 

4th— 

2d 

5th— 
9th— 
AtL.. 
At L.. 



3d... 
34th. 
8th.. 
34th. 
11th. 
4th.. 
5th.. 
10th. 




8th.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
4th.. 
6th.. 
lst.. 
lst.. 
12th. 
3d— 
41st. 
8th.. 
4th.. 
1st.. 
2d— 
11th. 
7th.. 
5th.. 



$3,500 
3,600 
4,600 
3, 900 
5. 000 
4,100 
4,600 
3,500 
4,600 
3,500 
5, 000 
4,100 
4,600 
3,500 
4,600 
4,600 
4,000 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,400 
4,600 
3,500 
4,600 
4,100 
4,600 
4,100 
4,000 
3,200 
3,800 
3,400 
5,000 
3,500 
4,800 
4,000 
3,800 
3,500 
4,800 
3,600 
3,800 
3, 200 



7,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,000 
6,500 



6,000 
5,600 
5,600 
6,500 
5,800 
6,400 
6,000 
5,800 
6,000 
6,000 
6,500 
5,800 
5,600 
5,600 
6,500 
6,500 
6,000 



20 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Ccm- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensfv- 
tion 


Bureau of Internal Revenue — 

Continued 

Internal Revenue Agents in 
Charge— Continued 

Solomon S. Sinclair 


District and Headquarters— Continued 
Wichita, Kans 


Kans 

N.C 

Tex 

N.J 

Ga 

Wash... 
N.Y.... 

Ind 

D.C 


6th— 
lOth... 
5th— 
9th... _ 

5th. ... 

1st 

8th.— 
9th— 


$5, j>00 


Russell A. Welch 


Greensboro, N.C 

Dallas, Tex 


5 800 


Walter L. McBride 


6,500 
7,000 


Raymond T. Miles 


Newark, N.J 


William Brusse 


Atlanta, Ga 


5,600 


George C. Earley 

Daniel A. Bolich 


Seattle, Wash. 

Brooklyn, N.Y 


5,600 
6,500 


Charles E. Boulden.. 




5,800 


Ernest P. Hutchinson 


Columbia, S.C. 


5,600 


George D. Martin 


Los Angeles, Calif.. 


N.C 

Va 

Calif— 

Va 

N.Y.... 

Mich 

Pa. 

Mo 

Calif— 

N.C 

Wyo 

Colo 

Del 

Wis 

N.C 

Calif— 
Ohio.— 

Ill 

Minn... 

Mass 

Fla 

Ky 

Minn 

D.C 


5th... . 
10th— 
8th— 

3d 

19th— 
11th— 
8th—- 
5th— 
10th— 

3d 

At L- 

1st 

At L._ 

7th—. 
8th— 
10th— 

llth— 
9th-.-. 
4th— 
10th — 
6th—. 
8th— 

5th. ... 


0. 50(i 


Ward B. Miller.. 




5 600 


Ernest C. Wright 


Springfield, 111 




Special Agents in Charge 
Frank Frayser 


Richmond, Va . .. 


5, S00 


Hugh McQuillan 


New York, N.Y 

Chicago, 111. 


6 200 


Arthur P. Madden 


5, 800 


Arthur A. Nichols 


Philadelphia, Pa 


5,800 


David Nolan 




5,800 


Samuel H. Hamer 




5,600 


John R. Cox 


Washington, D.C 

Memphis, Tenn . 


5 800 


Archie D. Burford 


5. 800 


Supervisors of Accounts and 
Collections 

William M. Armstrong 




5. 400 


Elbridge B. Gerry 


Raleieh, N.C. 


5. 400 


Louis J. Campbell 


Columbus, Ohio .. 


6, 200 


Horace H. Stikeleather 


Oklahoma City, Okla 


5,400 


Anton H. Gullickson 


Los Angeles, Calif — . 


6,200 


Everett L. Swift 




6, 200 


James C. Mitchell 




6.200 


Scott C. McCarl.. 


St. Paul. Minn 


4. 600 


Joseph F. Timilty 




6, 200 


James R. Van Voorhis 


Baltimore, Md.. 


6, 200 


Edward V. Wilson 




6, 200 


Bureau of Industrial Alcohol 
James M. Doran 




9,000 


Benjamin R. Rhees 




6, 500 


Vincent DeP. Simonton 




Va 

Ind 

D.C— 


9th.... 
9th-.. 


5,600 


William V. Linder. 


Head, Technical Division 


0,000 


George C. Billard 




4,200 


Supervisors of Permits 
Jas. T. Fitzgerald.. 




Mass 




5,400 


John H. Flvnn 




N.Y 




6,400 


Leo A. Crossen 




Phila— 


6th.... 


6,400 


Thomas E. Stone 




5,400 


Stanford N. Collier (acting) — 


New Orleans, La 


Miss 

Ohio 

Miss 

Minn... 

Mo 

Utah.... 
Calif— 
Wash... 

Pa 

N.Y__„ 
D.C 


8th.... 

2d 

8th— 
7th.— 
5th— 
2d— 

3d 

1st.... 

21st-.. 
8th— 


3,500 


R. E. Joyce, Jr 




5,800 


E. C. Yellowley 




6,400 


S. B. Qvale.. 


St. Paul, Minn 


5,400 


Sam S. Haley. 




5, 400 


G. E. Ellsworth 




5,000 


James H. Maloney 


California . 


5, 600 


Roy C. Lyle 


Seattle, Wash 


5,000 


Bureau of Narcotics 
H. J. Anslinger 


Commissioner 


9,000 


Louis Ruppel 




6,500 


Alfred L. Tennyson. 




4,600 


Robert C Valentine 




N.Y 

Va 

Va 

Ala 


38th— 
8th— 
8th.„. 
7th— 


3,800 


William S. Blanchard 


Administrative Officer - 


4,600 


S. H. Breidenbach 




3,400 


Thomas R. Owens 


Chief, Division Foreign Control 


4, 600 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



21 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Narcotics— Contd. 

District Supervisors 

C. A. Burrows 

Frank L. Igoe.. 

L. J. Ulmer — 

T. E. Middlebrooks 

J. J. Biggins 

f. B. Greeson 

Q. W. Cunningham 

J. A. Manning 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bass 

0. A. H. de la Gardie... 

Will S. Wood 

R. H. Oyler 

H. S. Gossage (acting) 

J. P. Wall 

Harry D. Smith 

Bureau of Customs 

Commissioner's Office 



James H. Moyle. 
Frank Dow 



Legal Unit 



Joseph D . Ne vius 

Frank J. Murphy 

Henry A. Hayward 

G. W. Ashworth. 

William E. H. Higman. 

Ernest C. Corkhill 

E. J. Shamhart 

Miss E. J. Maloney 



Administrative Unit 

George T. Willingmyre. . 

F. W. Gast 

Robert F. Roemer 

James W. Mcintosh 

H. M. Anderson 

C. A. Freeman. 

L. A. Reinsmith... 



Investigative Unit 



T. J. Gorman. 
Carroll Gray.. 



Collectors of Customs 



John H. Dooley 

Fred B. Thomas 

Joseph A. Maynard 

Emery J. San Souci 

ElwynT. Clark.. 

John C. Tulloch 

Andrew Wiedenmann 

Fred A. Bradley 

Harry M. Durning 

Warren Van Dyke 

James Houlahen 

Charles H. Holtzman 

Joseph L. Crupper 

John Bright Hill 

Frederick G. Davies 

Marion O. Dunning 

Allie J. Angle.. 

Joseph H. Lyons.. 

Warren Kearny 

William H. Gilliland 

FredC. Pabst 

Harry L. Sexton 

Adrian Pool 

William B. George 



District and Headquarters—Continued 

Boston, Mass.. 

New York, N.Y 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Washington, D.C.. 

Jacksonville, Fla 

New Orleans, La - 

Nashville, Tenn 

Detroit, Mich 

Chicago, 111 

Minneapolis, Minn 

Kansas City, Mo 

San Antonio. Tex 

Denver, Colo 

Seattle, Wash 

San Francisco, Calif 



Commissioner of Customs 

Assistant Commissioner of Customs. 



General Counsel 

Assistant General Counsel, 
.do- 



Chief, Division of Tariff Classification 

Chief, Division of Drawback and Bonds 

Chief, Division of Appeals and Protests 

Chief, Division of Enforcement 

Chief, Division of Entry and Appraisement- 



Wool Administrator 

Chief, Division of Engineering and Weighing 
Chief Clerk.. 

Chief, Division of Fiscal Administration 

Chief, Division of Personnel 

Chief, Division of Statistics and Research... 
Chief, Division of Mail and Files 



Deputy Commissioner of Customs 

Assistant Deputy Commissioner of Customs 



District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 



1, Portland, Maine.., 

2, St. Albans, Vt._..j 

4, Boston, Mass 

5, Providence, R.I 

6, Bridgeport, Conn.. 

7, Ogdensburg, N.Y. . 

8, Rochester, N.Y 

9, Buffalo, N.Y 

10, New York, N.Y.. 

11, Philadelphia, Pa. 

12, Pittsburgh, Pa... 

13, Baltimore, Md... 

14, Norfolk, Va 

15, Wilmington, N.C. 

16, Charleston, S.C._ 

17, Savannah, Ga 

18, Tampa, Fla 

19, Mobile, Ala 

20, New Orleans, La. 

21, Port Arthur, Tex. 

22, Galveston, Tex... 

23, San Antonio, Tex. 

24, El Paso, Tex 

25, San Diego, Calif.. 



Mass 


11th... 


Pa 


15th... 


Mich 


1st 


Ala 


3d 


Wash... 


1st.... 


Ark 


5th.... 


Tenn.... 


6th.... 


Ind 


7th.... 


Maine... 


1st 


Ill 


2d 


Tex 


14th... 


N.Y 


18th... 


D.C 




Minn.. 


5th... . 


Calif.... 


4th.... 



Utah. 
Md.. 

Tex.. 

Mass 
N.C. 
Md.. 
Utah 
Md.. 
Fla.. 
Mass 



N.J. 
Mo. 
Md. 
Ohio 
Ala.. 
Md. 
Pa.. 



N.Y. 
D.C. 



Maine. 

Vt 

Mass. . 
R.I.... 

Conn.. 

N.Y... 
N.Y... 
N.Y... 
N.Y... 

Pa 

Pa 

Md.... 

Va 

N.C... 

s.c... 

Ga.... 
Fla._.. 
Ala... 

La 

Tex... 
Tex... 
Tex... 
Tex... 
Calif.. 



2d.. 
6th. 



16th. 
5th.. 
10th. 
6th.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
1st.. 
11th. 



2d— 

10th. 
2d... 
22d.. 
9th.. 
5th. _ 
13th. 



28th. 



22 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Customs — Contd. 

Collectors of Customs— Contd 

James W. McDonald 

Howard W. Seager 

Charles O. Dunbar 

Milton A. Miller 

Saul Haas 

James J. Connors... 

J. Walter Doyle 

William Bartley 

John O'Keefe 

Agnes M. Hodge, Mrs 

James Travers 

Henry V. Schwalbach 

Heinrich A . Pickert 

Anthony Czarnecki 

Wray Fleming 

Clifford W. Pollock (acting). 

J. Elliott Riddell 

Verda Allison Wright 

Nellie Gregg Tomlinson 

Fountain Rothwell 

Clement L. West 

Raymond Miller 

Margaret M. McQuilkin 

Sidney J. Kennedy 

Carl L. Root 

Appraiser of Merchandise 

Thomas M. Lynch 

Comptrollers of Customs 

Ralph W. Westcott 

Leslie L. Glenn 

John J. Kennedy 

David M. Barnwell 

Arthur A. Quinn 

Samuel T. Ladd 

Lawrence B. Towers 

Surveyor of Customs 

Harry T. Foley 

CUSTOMS AGENCY SERVICE 

Supervising Customs Agents 



Owen P. McKenna.. 
Gregory W. O'Keefe. 
Frederick R. Proctor. 
William J. Harmon. . 
Edward A. Gleason.. 
Harold S. Creighton. 
Frederick S. Freed... 

Jos. L. Green _. 

Roy W. Fischer 

William H. TidwelL. 

Elmer J. Lewis 

Henry K. Vaiden 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District and Headquarters — Continued 



District No. 26, Nogales, Ariz 

District No. 27, Los Angeles, Calif 

District No. 28, San Francisco, Calif 

District No. 29, Portland, Oreg 

District No. 30, Seattle, Wash 

District No. 31, Juneau, Alaska... 

District No. 32, Honolulu, Hawaii 

District No. 33, Great Falls, Mont 

District No. 34, Pembina, N.Dak 

District No. 35, Minneapolis, Minn 

District No. 36, Duluth, Minn 

District No. 37, Milwaukee, Wis 

District No. 38, Detroit, Mich 

District No. 39, Chicago, 111 

District No. 40, Indianapolis, Ind 

District No. 41, Cleveland, Ohio 

District No. 42, Louisville, Ky 

District No. 43, Memphis, Tenn 

District No. 44, Des Moines, Iowa 

District No. 45, St. Louis, Mo 

District No. 46, Omaha, Nebr 

District No. 47, Denver, Colo 

District No. 48, Salt Lake City, Utah 

District No. 49, San Juan, P.R 

District No. 51, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. 



Legal residence 



State 



Treasury Attaches 



Bernard Wait 

James F. O'Neill. 
M. R. Nicholson. 
Martin G. Scott . 
Erwin G. May... 
(Vacancy) 



Mint Bureau 



Nellie Tayloe Ross Director. 

Mary M. O'Keilly . Assistant Director. 



New York, N.Y.... 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Chicago, 111 

New Orleans, La 

San Francisco, Calif 
New York, N.Y.__. 

Boston, Mass 

Baltimore, Md 



New York, N.Y 



District No. 1, Boston, Mass 

District No. 2, New York, N.Y 

District No. 3, Baltimore, Md 

District No. 4, Tampa, Fla 

District No. 5, New Orleans, La 

District No. 6, San Antonio, Tex 

District No. 7, San Francisco, Calif 

District No. 8, Seattle, Wash 

District No. 9, St. Paul, Minn .. 

District No. 10, Chicago, 111 

District No. 11, Montreal, Canada.. 

Customs Information Exchange, New York, 
N.Y. 



Ariz . . . 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Oreg... 
Wash.. 
Alaska. 
Hawaii 
Mont.. 
N.Dak. 
Minn.. 
Minn.. 

Wis 

Mich.. 

Ill 

Ind.... 
Ohio... 
Ky..._ 
Tenn.. 
Iowa... 
Mo.__- 
Nebr... 
Colo... 
Utah... 
P.R.... 
V.I.... 



N.Y. 



Pa... 
111.. . 

Miss. 
Calif. 

N.Y. 
Mass. 
Md.. 



N.Y 



Cong, 
dist. 



London, England. 

Paris, France 

Shanghai, China.. 

Kobe, Japan 

Milan, Italy 

Berlin, Germany. 




Wyo 
La... 



8,000 

4, 800 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



23 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Mint Bureau— Continued 

Mint and Assay Offices 

Peter J. Haggerty 

Mark A. Skinner 

Hugh T. Rippeto 

Freas Styer 

Niles R. Becker 

Geo. L. Swarva 

Bureau of Engraving and 
Printing 



Alvin W.Hall 

Clark R. Long 

Jesse E. Swigart 

Adam P. Ruth 

Henry J. Holtzclaw. 
Edward M. Weeks.. 

Robert L. Pile 

Thomas J. Heany... 
Robert B. O'Hara... 
George M. Duncan. 

John M. Smith 

Ralph H. Chappell. 



Norman Underwood. 
James T. Gallahorn.. 



Laura V. Eckels 

Oscar P. Anderson 

James E. Husted 

May Beckmyer 

Georgy E. Hudson 

Charles R. Klose 

James J. Knibbs 

John W. Crowe 

James E. Chamberlin. 



Office of the Supervising 
Architect 



James A. Wetmore.... 
George O. Von Nerta. 
Henry G. Sherwood- 
Louis A. Simon 

John W. Ginder 



Theron C. Brooks 

Nelson S. Thompson. 



Frank A. Hollingshead. 

Henry S. Roome 

Howard S. Robinson.. . 



Custodian Service 



Albert B. McCulIoch. 
William A. Newman. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District and Headquarters—Continued 



Superintendent, San Francisco, Calif. 

Superintendent, Denver, Colo 

Assayer in Charge. New Orleans, La. 

Superintendent, Philadelphia, Pa 

Superintendent, New York, N.Y 

Assayer in Charge, Seattle, Wash 



Director 

Assistant Director. 
.—do 



Chief Accountant 

Mechanical Expert and Designer 

Superintendent, Engraving Division 

Superintendent, Plate Vault Division 

Superintendent, Plate Printing Division 

Superintendent, Examining Division 

Superintendent, Surface Printing Division. .. 

Superintendent, Postage Stamp Division 

Superintendent, Engineering and Machine 
Division. 

Superintendent, Ink-making Division 

Superintendent, Buildings and Ground Divi- 
sion. 

Superintendent, Orders Division 

Superintendent, Press Register Division 

Disbursing Agent 

Superintendent, Personnel Division 

Superintendent, Mail and Files Division 

Purchasing Agent 

Custodian, Federal Reserve Vault Division.. 

Medical Officer 

Superintendent, Garage Division 



Acting Supervising Architect 

Technical officer 

Executive officer 

Superintendent, Architectural Division 

Superintendent, Architectural Engineering 

Division. 

Superintendent, Structural Division 

Superintendent, Mechanical Engineering 

Division. 

Superintendent, Repairs Division.. 

Chief, Law and Records Division 

Superintendent, Accounts Division 



Supervising Chief Engineer, New York 

District Engineer and Superintendent of Re- 
pairs, San Francisco, Calif. 
Supervising Chief Engineer, Boston, Mass-.. 



8th.. 



Edwin H. Pearson.. 

United States Coast Guard i 

Rear Admiral H. G. Hamlet.. 

Capt. L. C. Covell 

Commander R. R. Waesche.. 

Capt. P. W. Lauriat 

Capt. R. B. Adams 

Commander L. T. Chalker 

Commander T. A. Shanley... 

Commander James Pine 

Commander F. J. Gorman 

Lt. Comdr. F. A. HunnewelL 

: The United States Coast Guard Register, issued annually, contains complete information as to the 
organization, personnel, vessels, and stations of the Coast Guard. It can be purchased of the Superin- 
tendent of Documents, Washington, D.C., for 10 cents a copy. 

* The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as those of officers of the Navy 
with whom they hold relative rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix. 



Commandant 

Assistant Commandant... 

Aide to Commandant 

Inspector in Chief 

Engineer in Chief 

Chief, Personnel Section 

Supply Officer. 

Ordnance Officer 

Intelligence Officer... 

Superintendent Construction and Repair. 



Legal residence 



State 



Pa.. 
N.Y 



Pa 

Pa 

Md 

Pa 

D.C 


12th„. 
19th... 
6th.._. 
14th— 


Pa . 




Va 

Md 

D.C 


9th— . 

6th— 


Ohio.... 
D.C 


3d 


Md 

Va 

D.C 


6th.... 
8th.... 


D.C... 




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Pa 

D.C... 


5tb_— 
16th— 


D.C 




Pa 

N.Y.... 
N.Y 

Ark 


18th... 
28th— 
Uth... 
6th—. 



N.Y.. 
D.C. 
Minn. 
Md... 
Mo... 



N.Y... 
D.C... 



Pa.. 

N.Y. 
Md. 



N.Y.... 

Calif.... 



Mass. 



Wash. 

tsr.Y.. 

Md... 
D.C. 
Mass.. 
Conn. 
Conn. 
N.Y.. 
D.C. 
Mich. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



8th. . 

17th. 



37th... 



5th— 
4th.... 
12th... 

23d— 



7th— | 
5th— 
1st I 



15th.._ 
6th— 



24 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 




NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


United States Coast Guard- 
Continued 

Lt. Comdr. E. M. Webster 


District and Headquarters— Continued 
Communications Officer. _ 


D.C.... 

Ind.... 
Mich.. 

Pa 

Md 


1st... 
11th.. 
3d.,.. 


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4.60C 
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Oliver M. Maxam. 


. Chief, Division of Operations 

. Chief, Division of Finance 


Alfred T. Thorson 


Wm. H. Webb 


. Pay and Allowances Officer 


Capt. B. M. Chiswell 


. Commander, Eastern Area, New York, N.Y.! 

captain of the port. New York. 
Commander, Northern Area, Cleveland, Ohio 

Commander, Southern Area, Mobile, Ala 

Commander, Western Area, San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Commander, Boston Division, Boston, Mass. 
Commander, Chicago Division, Chicago, 111.. 
Commander, Cleveland Division, Cleveland, 

Ohio. 
Commander, Jacksonville Division, Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 
Commander, New Orleans Division, New 

Orleans, La. 
Commander, New York Division, New York, 

N.Y. 
Commander, Norfolk Division, Norfolk, Va.; 

captain of the port, Norfolk. 
Commander, San Francisco Division, San 

Francisco, Calif.; captain of the port, San 

Francisco. 
Commander, Seattle Division, Seattle, Wash. 
Superintendent, Coast Guard Academy, New 

London, Conn. 
Commandant, Coast Guard depot, Curtis 

Bny, Md. 

Purchasing Officer, South Brooklyn, N.Y 

Purchasing Officer, San Francisco, Calif 

District Commander, 6 Boston, Mass. .. .. 


Capt. H. H. Wolf... 


Ohio 




Capt. H. Q. Fisher 


D C 




Capt. Eugene Blake, Jr 


Md 




Capt. W. H. Munter 


Md 




Capt. H. R. Searles 


Wis 




Commander F. J. Sexton 


N.Y.... 




Capt. C. F. Howell 


N.J 




Capt. H. G. Fisher 


D C 




Capt. W. H. Shea 


N Y 




Capt. W. J. Wheeler.... 


Va 




Capt. J. A. Aleer... 


Mass... 




Capt. H. D. Hinckley.. 






Capt. Randolph Ridgely, Jr. . 


Ga 




Capt. J. F. Hottel 


D C 




Commander R. L. Lucas 


Wyo._- 




Capt. (E) T. G. Lewton 


Calif.... 




( 4 » 


.T. A. Price - -- 


N.J 




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J. F. Phillips 


District Commander, 5 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

District Commander, 6 Wakefield, R.I 

District Commander, 6 Bay Shore, N.Y 

District Commander, 5 Asbury Park, N.J 

District Commander, 6 Chincoteasue, Va 
District Commander, 6 Elizabeth City, N.C.. 
District Commander, 5 Galveston, Tex.; cap- 
tain of the port, Galveston. 
District Commander, 5 Buffalo, N.Y.. 






W. M. Wolff - 






E. T. Osborn 


N.Y 




S. R. Sands - 


R.I 




C.J.Sullivan - 






W. W. Bennett 






C. A. Lippincott 


N..I 




M. W. Rasmussen.. 


N.Y 




John Kellv 


District Commander, 5 Grand Haven, Mich.. 

District Commander, 6 Green Bay, Wis 

District Commander, 5 San Francisco, Calif... 
District Commander, 5 Seattle, Wash 


Calif 




S. B. Johnson 






F. B. Lincoln 






Howard Wilcox 


R.I 




0. A. Littlefield 


District Commander 6 


N.H 




Public HealthfService " 

Office of the Surgeon^General 
Hugh S. dimming 


Surgeon General . 






Claude C. Pierce..- 


Assistant Surgeon General 






Frederick C. Smith 


do 






L. R. Thompson 


. ...do 






F. A. Carmelia 


do 






W. L. Treadway. 


do... 






C. E. Waller 


....do 






R. C. Williams 


....do 




D. S. Masterson... ..| 


Chief Clerk 


| 



* The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as those of officers of the Navy 
with whom they hold relative rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix. 
« With rank of lieutenant commander. 

6 With rank of lieutenant. 

7 In the Official List of Commissioned and Other Officers of the Public Health Service, issued annually, 
complete information is given as to the organization, personnel, activities, hospitals, stations, and vessels 
of the service. This publication can be purchased of the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C., 
for 20 cents a copy. 

8 The pay and allowances of officers of the Public Health Service are the same as that of officers of the 
Army with whom they hold relative rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 

Paragraph 8 of the Regulations for the Government of the United States Public Health Service, approved 
by the President Mar. 28, 1931, reads as follows: "The corresponding rank of officers of the United States 
Public Health Service with medical officers of the United States Army shall be as follows: Surgeon General 
with Surgeon General (major general, United States Army); Assistant Surgeon General and medical 
director with colonel; senior surgeon with lieutenant colonel; surgeon with major; passed assistant surgeon 
with captain: and assistant surgeon with first lieutenant." 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



25 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 

dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Public Health Service— Con. 

Service at Large 
Claude H. Lavinder. 


District and Headquarters — Continued 






(») 


John McMullen 








(8) 


M. H. Foster.. 








( 8 ) 










( 8 


Mark J. White 


Medical Director, San Francisco, Calif 






(«) 


Lunsford D. Fricks 


Medical Director, Seattle, Wash 






| 


Dana E. Robinson 








Dunlop Moore 


Medical Director, Nogales, Ariz 






© 


Carroll Fox _ 


Medical Director, Rosebank, N.Y 






(») 


Charles W. Vogel •. 








( 8 ) 


Joseph W. Schereschewsky 


Medical Director, Boston, Mass 






( 8 ) 


Allan J. McLaughlin 








John D. Long 


._ do 






Bolivar J. Lloyd 


do 






S 


Edward Francis 


. do . 






Louis P. H. Bahrenburg 

George W. McCoy 


Medical Director, Cleveland, Ohio 






( 8 ) 


Medical Director, Washington, D.C 






( 8 ) 


John S. Boggess 








Arthur M. Stimson 


Medical Director, Washington, D.C 






Richard H. Creel 


Medical Director, Baltimore, Md 






( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 


John W. Trask 








Albert D. Foster 








8 


Holcombe McG. Robertson... 


Medical Director, Philadelphia, Pa 






i 


Ernest A. Sweet 








Carl Voegtlin 








8 


William S. Terriberry 


Medical Director, New York, N.Y 






8 ) 


E. H. Mullan 








8 


Hugh de Vallin 


Medical Director, Berlin, Germany 






( 8 ) 


Marshall C. Guthrie 


Medical Director, Washington, D.C 






( 8 ) 


Friench Simpson 








( 8 ) 


E. R. Marshall 


Medical Director, Ellis Island, N.Y 








Emil Krnlish .. ._ .... 


Medical Director, Portland, Oreg 






Harry J. Warner 








( 8 ) 


Robert Olesen 










R. M. Grimm 


do 






Joseph R. Ridlon .. 








( 8 ) 


Charles M. Fauntleroy 

H. E. Hasseltine _ 








8 


Senior Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 






8 


J. P. Leake 








8 ) 


Lawrence Kolb . 








8 


C. P. Knight 


Senior Surgeon, Galveston, Tex 






8 


W. F. Draper 








8 ) 


Louis Schwartz 








8 


R. H. Heterick 


Senior Surgeon, Los Angeles, Calif 






1 


C. L. Williams 


Senior Surgeon, Rosebank, N.Y 






G. A. Kempf. 








( 8 


H.F.White 


Senior Surgeon, Baltimore, Md 






i 


Lionel E. Hooper 


Senior Surgeon, Seattle, Wash 






Joseph Bolten 








1 


Alvin R. Sweeney 


Senior Surgeon, Boston, Mass 






T. J. Liddell 


Surgeon, New Orleans, La 






8 


Howard F. Smith... 


Surgeon, Manila, P.I 






c 8 ) 


Lon 0. Weldon. 


Surgeon, Portland, Oreg 






8 


W. H. Slaughter 


Surgeon, Memphis, Tenn 






8 


J. G. Townsend 








( 8 


Newton E. Wayson 


Surgeon, Honolulu, T.H 






(»j 


F. M. Faget 








( 8 ) 


J. H. Linson 


Surgeon, Detroit, Mich 






$ 


C. V. Akin 


Surgeon, Mobile, Ala 






K. E. Miller 


Surgeon, Austin, Tex 






8 


J. G. Wilson 


Surgeon, Lewisburg, Pa 






< 8 ) 


C. H. Waring 


Surgeon, Minneapolis, Minn 






s 


J. F. Worley 








( 8 > 
(*) 


0. H. Cox 


Surgeon, Ellis Island, N.Y 






M. S. Lombard 


Surgeon, Memphis, Tenn 






( 8 ) 


W. F. Tanner 


Surgeon, Brownsville, Tex 






•) 


Carl Michel 


Surgeon, Miami, Fla 






( 8 ) 


R. L. Allen 


Surgeon Fort Stanton, N.Mex 






( 8 > 


S. L. Christian 


Surgeon, Norfolk, Va 






• 


P. M. Stewart 


Surgeon, New York, N.Y 






8 


R. R. Spencer 








$ 


W. C. Teufel 


Surgeon, Seattle, Wash. 





8 See footnote 8 on page 24. 
10143—33 3 



26 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Public Health Service— Con, 
Service at Large— Continued 



R. R. Sayers 

L. L. Williams, Jr 

D. J. Prather 

Gleason C. Lake.. 

William S. Bean, Jr 

T. B. H. Anderson 

H. A. Spencer 

Edward C. Ernst 

Peter J. Gorman 

J. D. Reichard 

Vance B. Murray 

Thomas H. D. Griffitts. 

C. R. Eskey. 

W. T. Harrison 

C. Armstrong 

R. E. Dver 

J. K. Fuller.. 

R. W. Hart 

Thomas Parran, Jr 

R. P. Sandidge 

P. D. Mossman 

R. L. Waugh 

H. E. Trimble 

M. V. Ziegler.— 

J. E. Fans 

M. F. Haralson 

J. F. Mahoney 

R. E. Porter 

J. W. Mountin 

William L. Smith 

Oswald E. Denney 

L. A. Fullerton 

Oliver C. Wenger 

Stephen A. DeMartinL. 

John M. Lowrey. 

Russell H. Tomlin 

Egbert M. Townsend... 

L. W. Tucker... 

Floyd C. Turner 

Marion R. King 

A. E. Russell.... 

M. V. Veldee.... 

L. M. Rogers 

H. A. Rasmussen 

W. Y. Hollingsworth.... 

O. M. Spencer. 

Estella F. Warner 

Calvin C. Applewhite- 
Frank V. Meriwether... 

Roy E. Bodet 

Walter G. Nelson 

R. D. Lillie.. 

F. A. Troie 

C. E. Rice... 

L. B. Byington 



District and Headquarters — Continued 



Surgeon, 
do- 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
do— 



Washington, D.C. 



St. Louis, Mo 

San Francisco, Calif- 
Mobile, Ala 

New Orleans, La 

San Francisco, Calif. 

Washington, D.C 

Hamburg, Germany. 
Ellis Island, N.Y.... 

New York, N.Y 

Jacksonville, Fla 

Honolulu, T.H 

Washington, D.C 



do- 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
....do... 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
....do... 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon, 
do._ 



McNeil Island, Wash 

Key West, Fla 

Albany, N.Y 

Buffalo, N.Y.... 

Albuquerque, N.Mex 

San Francisco, Calif... 

San Pedro, Calif 

Raleigh, N.C 

Washington, D.C 

Balboa Heights, Canal Zone. 

Stapleton, N.Y 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Washington, D.C 

Norfolk, Va 

Carville, La 

New London, Conn. 

Hot Springs, Ark... 

Boston, Mass 

Baltimore, Md 

Evansville, Ind 

Baltimore, Md 

Habana, Cuba.. 

Washington, D.C 

Fort Leavenworth, Kans 

Washington, D.C 



Denver, Colo 

San Francisco, Calif. 

New Orleans, La 

Chicago, 111 

Washington, D.C 



New Orleans, La.. 
San Juan, P.R — 
Ellis Island, N.Y. 
Washington, D.C. 



R. L. Lawrence.. 

G. H. Faget 

G. J. Van Beeck. 



F. J. Halpin 

E. R. Coffey 

A. S. Rumreich 

E. E. Huber 

E. H. Carnes 

L. F. Badger 

A. J. Aselmeyer 

R. A. Vonderlehr... 
Fletcher C. Stewart- 



James B. Ryon... 
Felix R. Brunot— 
Kirby K. Bryant. 



Surgeon, Rolla, Mo 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, New Orleans, La. 
do 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Fortress Monroe, 

Va. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, London, England. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Seattle, Wash 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 

..do 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Mobile, Ala 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Chillicothe, Ohio. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, San Francisco, 

Calif. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Dotham, Ala 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Stapleton, N.Y._. 



8 See footnote 8 on page 24. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



27 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Public Health Service— Con. 

Service at Large— Continued 



William H. Sebrell, Jr. 

George G. Holdt 

Edward R. Pelikan... 

Homer L. Skinner 

Clifford L. Wilmoth.. 
Anthony P. Rubino... 

Franks. Fellows 

Ralph B. Snavely 

William H. Gordon... 



Albert T. Morrison. 
Langdon R. White- 



William W. Nesbit 

John R. Murdock— 

Joseph F. Van Ackeren. 

Roy R. Jones 

Elmer A. Carberry 

Maurice A. Roe 



Hiram J. Bush.. 

Aubrey E. Snowe 

Samuel J. Hall 

Walter L. Barnes 

Houston G. Foster 

Lee C. Watkins 

Edgar W. Norris 

Paul A. Neal 

Richard B. Holt 

Gilbert L. Dunnahoo. 
William C. Plumlee... 
William F. Ossenfort. 

E. G. Williams 

Oswald F. Hedley 

Walter P. Griffey 



Joseph O. Dean 

Ivan W. Steele 

Kenneth R. Nelson. 



Vane M. Hoge 

Frank F. Thweatt, 



Ralph Gregg 

E. M. Gordon, Jr. 



Harold D. Lyman 

Frederick W Kratz.. 

Donald J. Hunt 

Chapman H. Binford. 

John A. Trautman 

Joseph A. Bell 

Edward C. Rinck 



Gordon A. Abbott 

Sidney P. Cooper 

George W. Bolin 

Elmer T. Cedar 

Waldemar C. Dreessen. 

Noka B. Hon. 

Otis L. Anderson. 

Claude D. Head, Jr 

R. C. Arnold 

L. L. Ashburn 

E. W. Blatter 

F. P. Burow 

R. E. Butler 

A. V. Deibert 

R. H. Flinn 

A. B. Geyer.... 

L. T. Hanchett 

M. V. Hargett 

M. K. King 

T. B. McKneely- 



District and Headquarters— Continued 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Toronto, Canada. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Seattle, Wash 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, New Orleans, La. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Stapleton, N.Y__. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Manila, P.I 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Juneau, Alaska- 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Stapleton, N.Y 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, St. Thomas, Virgin 

Islands. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Belfast, Ireland 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Albuquerque, 

N. Mex. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Honolulu, T.H 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Seattle, Wash 

.-.do. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Manila, P.I 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Yarmouth, Nova 

Scotia. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Ellis Island, N.Y.. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Stapleton, N.Y 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Manila, P.I 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Hong Kong, China. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, New Orleans, La.. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Galveston, Tex 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Honolulu, T.H 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Naples, Italy 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Oslo, Norway 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Honolulu, T.H 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Atlanta, Ga 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Warsaw, Poland.. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, San Francisco, 

Calif. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Lawrenceville, Va. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Rosebank, N.Y... 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Leavenworth, 

Kans. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Vineyard Haven, 

Mass. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Genoa, Italy 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, San Francisco, 

Calif. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Detroit, Mich 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Nashville, Tenn... 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Milledgeville, Ga._ 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Honolulu, T.H 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Rosebank, N.Y... 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, San Diego, Calif.. . 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Fort Leavenworth, 

Kans. 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Baltimore, Md 

Passed Assistant surgeon, Stapleton, N.Y 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Marcus Hook, Pa. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Rochester, Minn.. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, New Orleans, La- 
Passed Assistant Surgeon, Boston, Mass 

Passed Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C. 

Assistant Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Assistant Surgeon, New York, N.Y 

Assistant Surgeon, El Reno, Okla 

Assistant Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Assistant Surgeon, Cleveland, Ohio 

Assistant Surgeon, Atlanta, Ga 

Assistant Surgeon, Cleveland, Ohio 

Assistant Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant Surgeon, New Orleans, La.. 

Assistant Surgeon, New London, Conn 

Assistant Surgeon, Savannah, Ga 

Assistant Surgeon, Fort Stanton, N.Mex 



s See footnote 8 on page 24. 



28 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Public Health Service — Con. 

Service at Large— Continued 



R. K. Maddock 

R. H. Onstott- 

J. G. Pasternack 

D. W. Patrick 

Thurman H. Rose 

L. McC. Smith 

Russell Thomas 

O. O. Van Dyke 

V. H. Vogel 

W. J. A. Wickman 

J. L. Wilson 

William G. Workman 

Jack G. Mearns 

Benton O. Lewis 

C. T. Meacham, Jr 

H. L. Wollenweber 

D. C. Elliott 

Victor H. Haas 

Clifton K. Himmelsbach. 

Kenneth E. Gamm 

John W. Oliphant 



Ralph R. Braund 

Vernon A. Gotcher _. 

Seymour D. Vestermark.. 

Hollis U. Maness 

Leroy E. Burney 

Walter W. Hammond, Jr. 

Harold L. Lawrence 

Charles R. Mallory 

Cassius J. Van Slyke 

Don S. Cameron. 

C. Benjamin Spencer 

Oliver C. Williams 

Bert R. Boone 

Clinton T. Messner 

Norman Y. Hooper 

Alf E. Nannestad 

Robert C. Stewart 

Robert L. Robinson 

William T. Wright, Jr.... 

Frank C. Cady. 

Ozias Paquin, Jr 

Daniel B. Newell.. 

Charles W. Wekenman... 

Eugene C. Stamm 

Stanmore P. Marshall 

William O. Boss 

Henry T. Dean 

William C. Parker 



Frederick W. Harper. 

Allen M. Perkins 

H. H. Martin 

P. J. Slaughter.. 

David Cooper 

F. R. Jackson.. 

J. A. Hammer 

James F. Lewis 



District and Headquarters— Continued 



Ray P. Breaux 

Thomas L. Hagan. 



G. G. Braendle.. 
John M. Francis. 
C. B. Gait 



Assistant Surgeon, San Pedro, Calif 

Assistant Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C 

Assistant Surgeon, Seattle, Wash_ 

Assistant Surgeon, Norfolk, Va 

Assistant Surgeon, Fort Stanton, N.Mex 

Assistant Surgeon, Lewisburg, Pa 

Assistant Surgeon, New London, Conn 

Assistant Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant Surgeon, Boston, Mass 

Assistant Surgeon, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C 

Assistant Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Assistant Surgeon, New York, N.Y 

Assistant Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant Surgeon, Key West, Fla_ 

Assistant Surgeon, Stapleton, N.Y 

Assistant Surgeon, Cleveland, Ohio 

Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C 

Assistant Surgeon, Coast Guard Cutter Talla- 
poosa. 

Assistant Surgeon, Washington, D.C 

do 

Assistant Surgeon, Ellis Island ,N.Y 

Assistant Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Assistant Surgeon, Cleveland, Ohio 

Assistant Surgeon, Baltimore, Md.. 

Assistant Surgeon, Stapleton, N.Y 

Assistant Surgeon, Norfolk, Va 

Assistant Surgeon, Chicago, 111. 

Assistant Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant Surgeon, New London, Conn 

Assistant Surgeon, Leavenworth, Kans 

Assistant Surgeon, Seattle, Wash 

Senior Dental Surgeon, Washington, D.C — 

Dental Surgeon, New York, N.Y... 

Dental Surgeon, Philadelphia, Pa 

Dental Surgeon, Detroit, Mich. 

Dental Surgeon, Baltimore, Md 

Dental Surgeon, Stapleton, N.Y 

Dental Surgeon, Washington, D.C 

Dental Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Dental Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Dental Surgeon, Chicago, 111 

Dental Surgeon, New London, Conn 

Dental Surgeon, Washington, D.C 

Dental Surgeon, Cleveland, Ohio 

Dental Surgeon, Washington, D.C 

Passed Assistant Dental Surgeon, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Passed Assistant Dental Surgeon, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Passed Assistant Dental Surgeon, Fort 
Leavenworth, Kans. 

Passed Assistant Dental Surgeon, Ellis 
Island, N.Y. 

Passed Assistant Dental Surgeon, Mobile, 
Ala. 

Passed Assistant Dental Surgeon, Boston, 



Passed Assistant Dental Surgeon, Norfolk, 
Va. 

Passed Assistant Dental Surgeon, Buffalo, 
N.Y. 

Passed Assistant Dental Surgeon, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

.—do 



Passed Assistant Dental Surgeon, Stapleton, 

N.Y. 
Assistant Dental Surgeon, New York, N.Y. 
Assistant Dental Surgeon, New Orleans, La. 
Assistant Dental Surgeon, San Francisco, 

Calif. 



See footnote 8 on page 24. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



29 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa« 
tion 


Public Health Service— Con. 

Service at Large— Continued 


District and Headquarters— Continued 

Assistant Dental Surgeon, San Francisco, 
Calif. 






( 8 ) 








( 8 ) 


W. P. Roberts, Jr 


Assistant Dental Surgeon, Fort Stanton, N. 

Mex. 
Assistant Dental Surgeon, New London, 

Conn. 






( 8 ) 








( 8 ) 


K. J. White 






( 8 ) 


D. H. Soper 








( 8 ) 


C. L. Stalker 








( 8 ) 


L. E. Weyer 


.. do—. 






( 8 ) 










( 8 ) 


Oscar Mikkelsen 








( 8 ) 


M. E. Bowers 








( 8 ) 


F. R. Frampton 


Assistant Dental Surgeon, San Francisco, 
Calif. 






(*) 








( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 


Walter J. Pelton. 








Joseph A. LePrince 








( 8 ) 


Ralph E. Tarbett . 








( 8 ) 


Leslie C. Frank 


do 






( 8 ) 










( 8 > 

(8) 


Harold W. Streeter 


do 






Harry R. Crohurst 


do 






( 8 ) 


Harry B. Hommon 








(*) 


Abraham W. Fuchs 


Sanitary Engineer, New York, N.Y 






(*) 


William W. Komp 








(•) 




Sanitary Engineer, New York, N.Y 






(") 

( 8 ) 


Howard N. Old. 


Sanitary Engineer, New Orleans, La 






Frank R. Shaw 


Sanitary Engineer, Chicago, 111.. 






( 8 ) 


Arthur L. Dopmeyer 


Sanitary Engineer, San Francisco, Calif 






( 8 ) 




Sanitary Engineer, Cincinnati, Ohio 






( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 
(8) 


Arthur P. Miller. 


Sanitary Engineer, Norfolk, Va 






Frederick J. Moss 


Sanitary Engineer, Washington, D.C... 






Henry A. Johnson 


Passed Assistant Sanitary Engineer, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

Passed Assistant Sanitary Engineer, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

Assistant Sanitary Engineer, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Assistant Sanitary Engineer, Norfolk, Va 






( 8 ) 
(») 


Omar C. Hopkins 






R. W. Kehr 






( 8 ) 

( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 


V. B. Lamoureux 






J. H. Le Van 


Assistant Sanitary Engineer, Chicago, 111 






Joseph M. Dalla Valle 


Assistant Sanitary Engineer, Washington, 
D.C. 






Edgar B. Scott 






( 8 ) 
(8) 


Edwin M. Holt.. 


do 






Carl Stier 


Assistant Pharmacist, Paris, France 






( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 

( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 

( 8 > 
( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 
(») 
( 8 ) 
( 8 > 
( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 
(«) 
(») 
( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 


Clarence H. Bierman 


Assistant Pharmacist, New York, N.Y 






Walter H. Keen 


Assistant Pharmacist, Perry Point, Md 






Raymond D. Kinsey 


Assistant Pharmacist, Norfolk, Va 






Thomas C. Armstrong 


Assistant Pharmacist, New Orleans, La 






Waiting Orders 
Joseph H. White 


Medical Director. 






Louis L. Williams 


do.... 






E. K. Sprague 


do 






C. W. Stiles 


do 






Rupert Blue 


do 






Walter W. King 


do 






S. B. Grubbs 


do. 






W. Chester Billings 


do 






John W. Kerr 


do 






John T. Burkhalter 


do 






Taliaferro Clark 


do 






James C. Perry 


do 






Gustave M. Corput 


do 






Benjamin S. Warren 


do 






George L. Collins 


do 






James M. Gassaway 


Senior Surgeon 






Fairfax Irwin 


do. 






( 8 ) 
( 8 ) 
( 8 > 


Parker C. Kalloch 


do 






William J. Pettus 


do. 







8 See footnote 8 on page 24. 



30 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Public Health Service — Con. 

Waiting Orders— Continued 

George M. Magruder 


District and Headquarters— Continued 
Senior Surgeon ... 






(8) 


Julius 0. Cobb 


do ... 






(8) 


Gregorio M. Guiteras 


do 






(8) 


George B. Young 


do... 






(8) 


William G. Stimpson 


....do 






(8) 


Benjamin W. Brown 


do 






(8) 


Charles H. Gardner 


do 






(8) 


Wm. M. Bryan 


do 






(8) 


George Parcher 


do 






(8) 


Paul M. Carrington 


Surgeon. 






( 8 ) 


James A. Nydegger 


do 






(8) 


James H. Oakley 


do 






(8) 




.. do 






(8) 




do 






(8) 


Norman Roberts 


do.. 






(8) 


J. R. Hurley 


do 






(8) 




.. do 






(8) 


William A. Korn 


do 






( 8 ) 


Harvey G. Ebert 


do 






(8) 




...do 






( 8 ) 




-— do. 






(8) 




...do._ .... 






(8) 




...do.- 






(8) 


Robert L. Wilson 


do 






(8) 


Baylis H. Earle 








(8) 


Robert D. Spratt 


do 






(8) 


Francis A. Ashford 


do 






(8) 


G. M. Kunkel 








(8) 


Newton C. Comfort. 


Assistant Pharmacist... . . . 






(8) 


William L. Stearns 


do 






(8) 


Frank L. Gibson 


do 






(8) 


General Supply Committee 
Robert LeFevre 


Superintendent of Supplies ... .. 


Ohio 

Okla.... 


4th 


$5. 600 


E. F. Inbody 




7th... 









8 See footnote 8 on page 24. 



BUREAU OF THE BUDGET 

( Under the direct control of the President) 



Lewis W. Douglas 


Director 


Ariz 


At L.. 


$10, 000 


(Vacancy) 


Assistant Director ... 


8,000 


F. W. Lowery 


Technical Adviser 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


6,500 


Guy F. Allen 


Executive Assistant . . . 


D.C 




6,000 


Royall 0. Kloeber 




D.C .... 




6,000 
5,800 


Frederick J. Bailey 


do 


Vt 


2d 


Charles H. Fullaway 


do 


N.Y 


19th... 


5,800 


Henry N. Wiseman 


do 


N.Y 


35th... 


5,800 


Melvin Jones 


do 


Ohio 


12th... 


5,800 


Charles L. Dasher 


do 


Ga 


6th.... 


5,800 


J. H. Mackey.. 


do 


Pa. 


19th... 


5,600 


Howard Baker . . 


...do 


N.Y 

Tenn.... 


9th.. .. 
6th.... 


5,600 


Frank A. Frost 


Chief, Division of Estimates 


5,600 


Ernest W. Cushing. 


Counsel 


Va 


8th.... 


5,800 


Brownie H. Kerr 


Chief Clerk 


Ark 


3d 


2,800 









WAR DEPARTMENT 



SECRETARY 

GEORGE H. DERN, OF UTAH 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence ; 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 

pens* 

tion 



Office of the Secretary 



John W. Martyn 

(Vacancy) 

Edwin M. Lawton.. . 
Frank M. Hoadley... 

William D. Searle 

Mary S. Nixon 

James Q. McFadden. 
Henry C. Lehmann.. 
Frank B. Bourn 



Office of The Assistant Secre- 
tary of War 

Harry H. Woodring 

Lieut. Col. Earl McFarland.. 

Lt. Col. Wm. A. McCain 

Col. A. C. Voris 

Lt. Col. James K. Crain , 

Office of Assistant Secretary 
of War 

(Vacancy) 

Maj. Walter Q. Kilner 

Capt. Idwal H. Edwards 

War Department General 
Staff 



Gen. Douglas MacArthur 

Maj. Gen. Hugh A. Drum... 
Brig. Gen. Andrew Moses... 



Brig. Gen. Alfred T. Smith.... 

Brig. Gen. JohnH. Hughes... 

Maj. Gen. Robert E. Callan.. 

Brig. Gen. Charles E. Kil- 

bourne. 
Lt. Col. Charles F. Severson.. 
Adolf Gerhard 



Office of the Chief of Cavalry 



Administrative Assistant 

Executive Assistant to the Secretary. 

Disbursing Clerk 

Assistant Chief Clerk 

Chief, Civilian Personnel Division 

Chief, Coordination and Record Division. 

Chief, Postal Station- 

Chief, Printing and Advertising Division. 
Chief, Supply Division 



Mass... . 



14th... 



D.C.. 

Md. 

D.C.. 

Ky.._ 

Pa... 

N.Y.. 

R.I... 



6th. 



6th... 
4th... 
9th— 
1st-.. 



The Assistant Secretary of War 

Executive Office, the Assistant Secretary of 
War. 

Director, Army Industrial College 

Director, Planning Branch 

Director. Current Procurement Division 



Kans. 



Assistant Secretary of War 

Executive to Assistant Secretary of War 

Assistant Executive to Assistant Secretary of 
War. 



Chief of Staff 

Deputy Chief of Staff 

Assistant Chief of Staff, Personnel Division, 

0-1. 
In charge of Military Intelligence Division, 

G-2. 
Assistant Chief of Staff, Operations and 

Training Division, G-3. 
Assistant Chief of Staff, Supply Division, 

G-4. 
Assistant Chief of Staff, War Plans Division.. 



Secretary of the General Staff. 
Chief Clerk 



111. 



10th... 



Mai. Gen. Guy V. Henry. 
Col. Aubrey Lippincott... 
Col. George M. Russell... 



Chief of Cavalry 

Executive Officer 

Chief, Historical and Information Section. 



$8,000 



3,300 
4,000 
4,600 
3,100 
2,700 
3,300 



10,000 
( 3 ) 



9,000 

( 3 ) 

(») 



(») 
(») 

( 3 ) 

(*) 

( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 
3, .500 



( 3 ) 
(») 
(») 

1 Complete information as to the organization, area, military posts, and commanding personnel of each 
unit of the United States Military Establishment is given in the Army List and Directory, which is pub- 
lished bimonthly by the War Department. It contains an alphabetical list of all officers of the Army, 
with their serial number, organization, and address. This publication can be obtained only by purchase 
from the Superintendent of Public Documents, Washington, D.C., at 40 cents a copy. 

2 The legal residence of civilian officials and employees only is given. 

3 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 

31 



32 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Office of the Chief of Cavalry- 
Continued 



Maj. Wilfrid M. Blunt 

Maj. Sidney V. Bingham 

Maj. Robert E. Carmody 

Maj. John F. Davis 

Brig. Gen. Abraham Q. Lott 



Col. Samuel McP. Rutherford. 

Office of the Chief of Field 
Artillery 

Maj. Gen. Harry G. Bishop.. 
Lt. Col. Robert M. Danford.. 
Lt. Col. Thomas D. Osborne.. 

Maj. Edwin P. Parker, Jr 

Maj. John H. Wallace 

Lt. Col. Frank K. Ross_ 

Master Sergt. Fred Lind 

Brig. Gen. William M. Cruik- 

shank. 
Col. Augustine Mclntyre 



Office of the Chief of Coast 
Artillery 

Maj. Gen. John W. Gulick.... 

Col. William F. Hase 

Maj. R. T. Pendleton 

Maj. F. P. Hardaway 

Mai. R. E. Haines 

Maj. G. R. Meyer 

Hartley I. Sanders 

Brig. Gen. Joseph P. Tracy... 

Capt. H. P. Detwiler 



Office of the Chief of Infantry 

Maj. Gen. Edward Croft 

Col. Laurence Halstead 

Col. George Herbst 

Col. Asa L. Singleton 

Lt. Col. Bernard Lentz 

(Vacancy) 



Office of the Chief of 
Chaplains 

Chaplain Julian E. Yates 

Chaplain Edwin Burling 

Chaplain Benjamin J. Tarskey. 
Warrant Officer Augustus S. 

Goodyear. 
Maj. Gen. Stuart Heintzelman. 

Chaplain Thomas J. Lennan.. 

Office of The Adjutant 
General 

Maj. Gen. James F. McKin- 

ley. 
Brig. Gen. Edgar T. Conley.. 

(Vacancy) 

Thomas A. O'Brien 

Andrew J. Sheridan 

Col. Louis S. Chappelear 

James Gorman... 

Col. Frank C. Burnett 

Luther Frierson 

Col. Horace F. Sykes 

• Pay of rank; see Army pay 



Chief, War Plans and Mobilization Section. .. 

Chief, Organization and Training Section 

Chief, Materiel and Equipment Section 

Chief, Personnel Section 

Commandant, the Cavalry School, Fort 

Riley, Kans. 
Director, the Cavalry Board, Fort Riley, 

Kans. 



Chief of Field Artillery 

Executive 

Chief, Personnel Section. 

Chief, Training Section 

Chief, Materiel Section 

Chief, War Plans Section 

Chief Clerk 

Commandant, Field Artillery School, Fort 

Sill. Okla. 
President, Field Artillery Board, Fort Bragg, 

N.C. 



Chief of Coast Artillery 

Executive Assistant 

Chief, Personnel Section 

Chief, Organization and Training Section 

Chief, Materiel and Finance Section 

Chief, Plans and Projects Section 

Chief Clerk._ 

Commandant, Coast Artillery School, Fort 

Monroe, Va. 
Commanding officer, Submarine Mine Depot, 

Fort Monroe, Va. 



Chief of Infantry 

Executive 

Chief, Personnel Section 

Chief, Training Section 

Chief, Arms, Equipment, and Finance Section. 
Commandant, the Infantry School, Fort 
Benning, Ga. 



8th„__ 



Chief of Chaplains 

Executive 

Personnel Officer 

Secretary and Chief Clerk 



Commandant, the Chaplains' School, Fort 
Leavenworth, Kans. 

Director, the Chaplains' School, Fort Leav- 
enworth, Kans. 



The Adjutant General. 



Assistant, The Adjutant General 

Adjutant General, Executive Officer- 
Chief Clerk of Bureau 

Assistant Chief Clerk of Bureau 

Adjutant General, Reserve Division.. 

Chief Clerk, Reserve Division 

Adjutant General, Officers' Division. 

Chief Clerk, Officers' Division 

Adjutant General, Enlisted Division. 

tables in appendix. 



Maine. 
D.C... 



1st. 



Conn.. 



4th.. 



Va. 



8th. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



33 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Office of The Adjutant 

General— C onti nue d 

Ernest R. Graves 

Col. Paul T. Hayne 

Francis B. Driscoll 

Lt. Col. John F. Clapham 

Raymond T. Higgins..- 

Col. John P. Wade 

Louis A. Rosafy 

Col. Ralph B. Parrott 

Wilbur F. Drown. 

Harvey B. Gram 

Lt. Col. James A. Ulio 

Jesse H. Powell 

Walter Keeton 

Sidney H. Kent 

Leon B Hord 

Inspector General's Office 

Maj. Gen. John F. Preston. — 

Col. Robert C. Humber 

Col. M. G. Spinks 

Lt. Col. Cassius M. Dowell... 

Maj. John L. Parkinson 

Ben H. Simmons 

Office of the Judge Advocate 
General 

Maj. Gen. Blanton Winship.. 
Col. Kyle Rucker 

Maj. Lucius M. Smith 

Col. Edwin O. Saunders 

Maj. Myron C. Cramer 

Maj. Elza C. Johnson 

Col. Joseph I. McMullen 

Col. William C. Rigby 

Lt. Col. Edwin C. McNeil— . 

Edwin B. Pitts 

Office of the Quartermaster 
General 



Maj. Gen. J. L. DeWitt 

Col. Henry Gibbins 

Col. R. T. Ellis.. 

Brig. Gen. Louis H. Bash 

Brig. Gen. H. C. Whitehead. 
Brig. Gen. A. E. Williams... 

Col. W. W. Whitside 

Fred M. Cunley 



Quartermaster Corps 

Lt. Col. John M. True 

Lt. Col. Clifford L. Corbin... 
Col. Frederick W. Van Duyne. 

Col. J. R. Pourie 

Col. Clyffard Game 

Maj. G. F. Spann 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief Clerk, Enlisted Division 

Adjutant general, Miscellaneous Division 

Chief Clerk, Miscellaneous Division 

Adjutant general, Publication Division 

Chief Clerk, Publication Division... 

Adjutant general, Old Records Division 

Chief Clerk, Old Records Division 

Adjutant general, World War Division and 
Selective Service Division. 

Chief Clerk, World War Division 

Chief Clerk, Selective Service Division 

Adjutant General, War Plans Section, Exec- 
utive Division. 

Chief Clerk, Information Section, Executive 
Division. 

Chief Clerk, Mail and Miscellaneous Files 
Section, Executive Division. 

Chief Clerk, Department and Office Personnel 
Section, Executive Division. 

Chief Clerk, Policy and Historical Section, Ex- 
ecutive Division. 



The Inspector General 

Executive 

Chief, Inspections Division 

Chief, Investigations Division — 
Chief, Money Accounts Division. 
Chief clerk.. 



Judge Advocate General 

Judge Advocate, Assistant to Judge Advocate 
General. 

Judge Advocate, Executive — 

Judge Advocate, Chief, Military Justice Sec- 
tion 

Judge Advocate, Chief, Contracts and Reser- 
vations Section. 

Judge Advocate, Chief, Claims and Bonds 
Section. 

Judge Advocate, Chief, Patent Section 

Judge Advocate, Chief, Insular Affairs Section. 

Judge Advocate, Chairman, Board of Review 
(court martial) . 

Chief Clerk and Solicitor.. 



The Quartermaster General 

Executive officer 

Chief, Administrative Division. _ 

Chief, Construction Division 

Chief, Procurement Division 

Chief, Transportation Division 

Chief, Storage and Distribution Division. 
Chief clerk 



Commanding officer, Boston Q.M. depot, 

Boston, Mass. 
Commanding officer, Chicago Q.M. depot, 

Chicago, 111. 
Commanding officer, Jeffersonville Q.M. 

depot, Jeffersonville, Ind. 
Commanding officer, New Orleans Q.M. 

depot, New Orleans, La. 
Commanding officer, Philadelphia Q.M. 

depot, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Quartermaster, Second and Arsenal Streets, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Legal residence 



State 



Pa. 



Nebr. 
D.cV. 

N.'cV. 



La 

Ohio 



N.C 

Kans — 

Md 

Fla 



Ga. 



Md. 



N.Y.... 



Cong, 
dist. 



7th.. 



2d. 



6th... 



7th.. 
16th. 



2d.. 
5th. 
3d.. 
4th. 



5th.... 



5th--.. 



26th„ 



* Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 



34 



OFFICIAL KEGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Office of the Quartermaster 

General— Continued 

Quartermaster Corps— Con. 



Capt. Harry M. Andrews. 
Lt. Col. Brainerd Taylor.. 
Maj. C. A. McGarrigle.-- 



Maj. John F. Wall, cavalry 

(with Q.M.G.). 
Col. J. E. Shelley 



Maj. E. N. Hardy, cavalry 

(with Q.M.C.). 
Col. W. R. Gibson.. 



Lt. Col. James Blyth.. 
Lt. Col. O. C. Aleshire. 



Col. R. E. Smyser 

Col. L. L. Deitrick 

Capt. W. E. Durst— 
Capt. W. C. Hurst— 
Lt. Col. R. H. Jordan. 



Office of the Chief of Finance 

Maj. Gen. F. W. Coleman 

Col. E. J. Ely— 

Maj. K. P. Lord 



Capt. F.J. Keelty.. 
Capt. R. G. Jenks-. 
Capt. N. H. Cobbs. 



Lt. Col. C. O. Schudt. 

F. G. Gardiner 

A. Rogers 

T. F. Bailey 

George R. Taylor 

E. P. Cowgill 

Lloyd Boose 

E. J. Brennan 

E. G. Landon 



K. C. Geren... 
J. W. Marbury. 



Finance Department at Large 



Col. Tilman Campbell Finance officer, D.C 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Commanding officer, Seattle Q.M. 
Seattle, Wash. 



depot, 
depot, 



Commanding officer, Holabird Q.M 
(motor transport), Baltimore, Md. 

Commanding officer, Normoyle Q.M. depot, 
(motor transport), San Antonio, Tex. 

Commanding officer, Front Royal Q.M. de- 
pot, Front Royal, Va. 

Commanding officer, Reno Q.M. depot, Fort 
Reno, Okla. 

Commanding officer, Robinson Q.M. depot, 
Fort Robinson, Nebr. 

Q.M. supply officer, New York general de- 
pot, New York port of embarkation, Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. 

Commanding officer, Washington Q.M. de- 
pot, Washington, D.C. 

Q.M. supply officer, San Francisco general 
depot, San Francisco port of embarkation, 
San Francisco, Calif. 

Q.M. supply officer, Eighth Corps Area 
general depot, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 

Q.M . supply officer, Columbus general depot, 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Q.M. supply officer, Schenectady general de- 
pot, Schenectady, N.Y. 

Q.M. supply officer, New Cumberland gen- 
eral depot, New Cumberland, Pa. 

Chief, American graves registration service, 
Q.M.C. in Europe, Paris, France. 



Chief of Finance 

Assistant Chief of Finance 

In charge, Estimates and Fiscal Control 
Division. 

Executive Officer 

Personnel and War Plans Officer 

In charge, Advisory and Administrative Di- 
vision. 

In Charge, Property Accounting Division 

Assistant to Chief of Finance.. 

Chief Clerk 

Auditor, Red Cross 

Chief, Estimates and Fiscal Control Division. 

Chief, Advisory and Administrative Division. 

Chief, Personnel Division 

Chief, Accounting Division 

Chief, Money Accounts Examination Divi- 
sion. 

Chief, Property Accounting Division 

Chief Mail and Record Division 



Maj. W. O. Rawls.... 



Maj. L. R. Watrous... 

Spencer Burroughs 

Capt C. B. Lenow 

Maj. Carl Halla.. 

Capt T. H. Chambers. 



Chief, money accounts, allotment and bond, 
and pay and mileage branches. 

Chief, transportation branch 

Chief Clerk 

Finance officer, Army Medical Center, D.C. 

Commandant, Finance School, D.C 

Property auditor, district of Washington 



Legal residence 



State 



Ala.- 
Ind._ 

Mass. 

N.Y____ 

Md.... 

Md..-- 

Mass.- 

Ohio— 

Tenn._ 
Md.— 



D.C 



Cong, 
dist. 



5th„ 
2d— 
28th. 
5th_. 
6th.. 
8th„ 
12th. 



3d- 
5th. 



3 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 

4 Offices of the Finance Department at Large are maintained in the following places: Boston, Mass.; 
Brooklyn, N.Y.; Baltimore, Md.; Fort Monroe, Va.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Washington, D.C; Fort McPher- 
son, Ga.; Fort Hayes, Ohio; Jeffersonville, Ind.; Chicago, 111.; St. Louis, Mo.; Omaha, Nebr.; Fort Sam 
Houston, Tex.; Fort Bliss, Tex.; San Francisco , Calif.; Seattle, Wash.; Vancouver Barracks, Wash.; Fort 
MacArthur, Calif. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



35 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Surgeon General 

Maj. Gen. Robert U. Patter- 
son. 
Lt. Col. Robert C. McDonald. 



Col. John B. Huggins 

Lt. Col. Larry B. McAfee. 
Lt. Col. Taylor E. Darby. 
Col. W. P. Chamberlain. . 

Col. Rex H. Rhoades 

Lt. Col. George F. Lull... 

Col. Walter Eraser. 

Maj. Edgar E. Hume 

Maj. Virgil H. Cornell 

Maj. Julia C. Stimson 

Bertis B. Thompson 



Medical Department of the 
Army 

Brig. Gen. Albert E. Truby.. 
Col. P. W. Huntington 



Col. W. L. Keller. 



Lt. Col. Robert H. Mills 

Maj. H. E. Egan 

Brig. Gen. Matthew A. De 

Laney. 
Col. James D. Fife. 



Col. M. A. W. Shockley. 
Col. Carroll D. Buck 



Col. H. F. Pipes 

Col. James D. Heysinger. 
Col. Frank W. Weed 



Office of the Chief of 
Engineers 



Maj. Gen. Lytle Brown. 

Brig. Gen. George B, Pillsbury 
Lt. Col. Francis B. Wilby.... 

Claude Lindsey... 

Robert W. Chaffee. 

George W. Koonce 

Joseph C. Letts 



Engineer Department at Large 

Col. George M. Hoffman 

Col. Thomas H. Jackson 

Col. Edward M. Markham... 

Col. George R. Spalding 

Brig. Gen. Harley B. Ferguson. 

Lt. Col. Warren T. Hannum.. 

Lt. Col. Thomas M. Robins.. 

Col. Elliott J. Dent. . 
Lt. Col. Richard Park .. 
Lt. Col. Max C. Tyler 



The Surgeon General 

Executive Officer; Chief, Administrative Di- 
vision. 

Chief, Finance and Supply Division. 

Chief, Military Personnel Division 

Chief, Planning and Training Division 

Chief, Professional Service Division 

Chief, Dental subdivision 

Chief, Statistics subdivision. 

Chief, Veterinary subdivision 

Librarian, Army Medical Library.. 

Curator, Army Medical Museum 

Superintendent, Army Nurse Corps. 

Chief Clerk 



lnd. 



Commanding General, Army Medical Cen- 
ter; Commandant, Medical Department 
Service Schools, D.C. 

Assistant Commandant, Medical Depart- 
ment Service Schools; Director, Army 
Medical School. D.C. 

Commanding Officer, Walter Reed General 
Hospital, D.C. 

Director, Army Dental School, D.C 

Director, Army Veterinary School, D.C 

Commandant, Medical Field Service School, 
Carlisle Barracks, Pa. 

Commanding officer, Army and Navy Gen- 
eral Hospital, Hot Springs National Park, 
Ark. 

Commanding officer, Letterman General 
Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 

Commanding officer, Fitzsimons General 
Hospital, Fitzsimons Station, Denver, 
Colo. 

Commanding officer, William Beaumont 
General Hospital, El Paso, Tex. 

Commanding officer, Tripler General Hos- 
pital, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Commanding officer, Sternberg General 
Hospital, Manila, P.I. 



10th. 



Chief of Engineers 

Assistant Chief of Engineers 

Assistant to Chief of Engineers. 

Chief Clerk 

Principal engineer, river and harbor works. 
Principal attorney 

Principal engineer, fortification works. 



Division engineer, North Atlantic division, 
New York City. 

Division engineer, South Atlantic division, 
Norfolk, Va. 

Division engineer, Great Lakes division, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Division engineer, Upper Mississippi Valley 
division, St. Louis, Mo. 

Division engineer, Lower Mississippi Valle3 r 
division, president Mississippi River Com- 
mission, Vicksburg, Miss. 

Division engineer, Gulf of Mexico division, 
New Orleans, La. 

Division engineer, Pacific division, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

District engineer, Baltimore, Md 

District engineer, Boston, Mass 

District engineer, Buffalo, N.Y 



Pa.. 

N.Y. 
N.C. 
Wis. 



6th. 
9th. 
3d... 

1st.. 



1 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 



( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
$4,000 



(») 



( 3 ) 



( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 

4,000 

6,000 

5,600 

5,600 



36 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Office of the Chief of 

Engineers— Continued 

Engineer Department at 
Large— Continued 

Maj. Gilbert Van B. Wilkes. . . 

Maj. R. R. Neyland, Jr. 

Lt. Col. Daniel I. Sultan 

Col. W. Goff Caples 

Lt. Col. Charles L. Hall 

Maj. Roscoe C. Crawford 

Maj. Albert K. B. Lyman 

Maj. Edwin H. Marks 

Maj. Stanley L. Scott 

Maj. Frederick W. Herman.. 

Maj. Beverly C. Dunn 

Capt. Theodore Wyman, Jr.. 
Col. Francis A. Pope 

Maj. William H. Lanagan 

Lt. Col. William A. Johnson. 

Maj. Edwin C. Kelton 

Maj. Harry M. Trippe 

Lt. Col. Robert S. Thomas.. . 

Maj. Robert A. Sharrer 

Maj. Frank S. Besson 

Maj. Henry Hutchings, Jr 

Lt. Col. John N. Hodges 

Col. Gustave R. Lukesh 

Lt. Col. Edward D. Ardery.. 

Maj. Gordon R. Young 

Col. Earl I. Brown 

Maj. Wilhelm D. Styer 

Maj. Oscar O. Kuentz 

Maj. Charles J. Taylor. 

Lt. Col. Glen E. Edgerton... 

Maj. Dwight F. Johns 

Maj. William A. Snow 

Lt. Col. Henry A. Finch 

Capt. John G. Drinkwater 

Maj. Creswell Garlington 

Maj. Clarence L. Sturdevant. 

Maj. Thomas B. Larkin 

Maj. Joseph D. Arthur, Jr 

Col. Earl I. Brown... 

Maj. Raymond A. Wheeler. . 

Board of Engineers for Rivers 
and Harbors, Washington, 
D.C. 

Col. William J. Barden 

Lt. Col. J. J. Loving 

Lt. Col. Eugene Reybold 

H. W. Hobbs 

Theodore R. Vogel 

Granville Smith 

William Gerig 

C. H. Giroux 

Harry L. Freer... 

Office of the Chief of 
Ordnance 



Maj. Gen. Samuel Hof 

Brig. Gen. W. H. Tschappat. 

Brig. Gen. E. D. Bricker 

Maj. W. C. Young... 

Colin E. McRae 



District engineer, Charleston, S.C 

District engineer, Chattanooga, Tenn 

District engineer, first Chicago district, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
District engineer, second Chicago district, 
Chicago, 111. 

District engineer, Cincinnati, Ohio 

District engineer, Detroit, Mich — 

District engineer, Duluth, Minn 

District engineer, Galveston, Tex... 

District engineer, Honolulu, Hawaii 

District engineer, Huntington, W.Va 

District engineer, Jacksonville, Fla 

District engineer, Kansas City, Mo... 

District engineer, the Lake Survey, Detroit, 
Mich. 

District engineer, Los Angeles, Calif 

District engineer, Louisville, Ky 

District engineer, Memphis, Tenn 

District engineer, Milwaukee, Wis 

District engineer, Mobile, Ala 

District engineer, Montgomery, Ala... 

District engineer, Nashville, Tenn 

District engineer, first New Orleans district, 

New Orleans, La. 
District engineer, second New Orleans dis- 
trict, New Orleans, La. 
District engineer, first New York district, 

New York City. 
District engineer, second New York and 
Puerto Rico district, New York City. 

District engineer, Norfolk, Va 

District engineer, Philadelphia, Pa 

District engineer, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

District engineer, Portland, Oreg 

District engineer, Providence, R.I 

District engineer, Rock Island, 111 

District engineer, St. Paul, Minn 

District engineer, St. Louis, Mo 

District engineer, San Francisco, Calif.. 

District engineer, Sacramento, Calif — 

District engineer, Savannah district, Ga 

District engineer, Seattle, Wash 

District engineer, Vicksburg, Miss 

District engineer, Washington, D.C 

District engineer, Wilmington, Del 

District engineer, Wilmington, N.C. 



k&* 



Member 

Resident Member 

Assistant to Resident Member 

Principal Engineer, executive secretary. 

Senior Engineer, naval architect 

Senior Engineer, mechanical 

Head Engineer, mechanical 

Head Engineer, electrical 

Chief Clerk.... 



Maine.. 

S.C 

Md 



1st.. 
2d... 
4th.. 



N.Y. 
D.C. 



30th. 



Chief of Ordnance... 
Assistant 

do.. 

Executive Assistant 
Chief Clerk 



Ark. 



7th. 



3 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



37 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



NAME 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND^STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Office of the Chief of Ord- 
nance— C ontinued 

Ordnance Department at Large 



Lt. Col. E. M. Shinkle. 
Lt. Col. C. Q. Mettler. 
Lt. Col. P. J. R. Kiehl. 
Howard Bruce 



Maj. J. S. Hatcher 

Col. John Stephen Sewell 

(Eng. Res.). 
Capt. D. N. Hauseman 



Col. Charles H. Tenney (Ord. 

Res.). 
Maj. Roger Taylor 

Col. B. A. Franklin (Ord. Res.) 



Maj. F. H. Miles 

Col. Ledyard Cogswell, 

(Ord. Res.). 
Capt. O. P. Winningsted. 
Capt. H. W. Churchill... 
Maj. H. L. Rice 



Jr. 



E. A. Russell. 



Maj. M. K. Barroll 

Col. C. L. Harrison (Aux. Res.) 



Maj. C. A. Walker.. 
Col. W. Withington. 



igei 
Warrant Officer Lewis 0. Dy- 

sart. 
Lt. Col. J. H. Read 



Maj. J. Q. MacDonald. 
Alex Dow 



Maj. R. N. Bodine. 
Capt. H. A. Willis. 
Maj. H. O'Leary... 



Maj. R. H. Hannum.. 
Lt. Col. J. E. Munroe. 
Col. E. P. O'Hern 



Warrant Officer James M. 

Piercy. 
Warrant Officer Henry A. 

McCartney. 
Brig. Gen. Samuel McRoberts. 

Lt. Col. H. K. Rutherford 

First Lt. W. S. Broberg 

Master Sergt. Joseph Zaine... 
Lt. Col. J. B. Rose 



Philip H. Gadsden. 



Maj. W. L. Clark.... 
Lt. Col. J. H. Burns. 



Maj. J. K. Clement. 
Maj. C. G.Young.. 
Frank B. Bell 



Commanding Officer, Aberdeen Proving 

Ground, Md. 
Commanding Officer, Augusta Arsenal, 

Augusta, Ga. 
Commanding Officer, Benicia Arsenal, Be- 

nicia. Calif. 
District Chief, Baltimore (Md.) ordnance 

district. 

Executive Assistant— 

District Chief, Birmingham (Ala.) ordnance 

district. 

Executive Assistant 

District Chief, Boston (Mass.) ordnance 

district. 

Executive Assistant 

District Chief, Bridgeport ordnance office, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Executive Assistant 

District Chief, Rochester ordnance district, 

Rochester, N.Y. 

Executive Assistant 

Ordnance officer, Fort George G. Meade, Md 
Commanding officer, Charleston ordnance 

depot, Charleston, S.C. 
District chief, Chicago ordnance district, 

Chicago, 111. 

Executive Assistant 

District Chief, Cincinnati ordnance district, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Executive Assistant. 

District Chief, Cleveland ordnance district, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Executive Assistant _ 

Ordnance supply officer, Columbus general 

depot, Columbus, Ohio. 
Commanding officer, Curtis Bay ordnance 

depot, Curtis Bay, Md. 
Commanding officer, Delaware ordnance 

depot, Pedricktown, N.J. 
District Chief, Detroit ordnance district, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Executive Assistant _ 

Ordnance officer, Edgewood Arsenal, Md — 
Ordnance officer, Erie ordnance depot, 

Lacarne, Ohio. 
Ordnance officer, Field Artillery School, Fort 

Sill, Okla. 
Commanding officer, Frankford Arsenal, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Commanding officer, Hawaiian ordnance 

depot, Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Ordnance supply officer, general depot, New 

Cumberland, Pa. 
Ordnance supply officer, quartermaster de- 
pot. New Orleans, La. 
District Chief, New York ordnance district.. 

Executive officer 

Assistant Chief.— 

Ogden ordnance reserve depot, Ogden, Utah . 
Department ordnance officer, Panama Canal 

Department. 
District chief, Philadelphia (Pa.), ordnance 

office. 

Executive assistant 

Commanding officer, Philippine ordnance 

depot. 
Commanding officer, Picatinny Arsenal, 

Dover, N.J. 
Commanding officer, Nansemond ordnance 

depot, Portsmouth. Va. 
District chief, Pittsburgh (Pa.), ordnance 

district. 



Md. 



111. 



Pa. 



5th.... 



10th.. 



9th. 



34th. 



3 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 



38 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Office of the Chief of Ord- 
nance—Continued 

Ordnance Department at 
Large— Continued 



Maj. W. L. Clay 

Maj. W. P. Boatwright. 



Col. H. W. Schull. 



Col. M. E. Singleton (Spec. 
Res.). 

Capt. L. J. Dillon 

Maj. C. M. Roberts 



Samuel Kahn. 



Maj. K. B. Harmon.. 
Maj. K. F. Adamson. 



Warrant Officer Bernard V. 

Kelleher. 
Col. J. W. Joyes 



Warrant Officer Anthony 

Poyet. 
Fred W. Robinson 



Lt. Col. G. F. Jenks. 



Lt. Col. G. H. Stewart 

Master Sergt. Elmer Kemp.. 

Office of the Chief Signal 
Officer 



Maj. Gen. Irving J. Carr 

Maj. George L. Van Deusen. 
H. S. Flynn 



Signal Service at Large 



Lt. Col. John C. Moore. 
Col. James B. Allison... 



Harry G. Phair 

David A. Burke 

Col. Consuelo A. Seoane. 

Irwin C. Hackensmith,... 
Col. Goodwin Compton.. 



Walter R. Taylor 

Maj. Louis B. Bender. 



Joseph N. Craver 

Lt. Col. Joseph J. Grace 

Lt. Col. Thomas C. Spencer. 



Robert C. Kibbie 

Lt. Col. Walter E. Prosser. 



Harold I. Aiken 

Lt. Col. Joseph O. Mauborgne. 



Frederic Reichenbach.. 

William L. Winner 

Fred J. Scott 

Maj. Frank D. Applin. 



Chas. P. Bergh.. 
Edward A. Levy. 



Executive Assistant 

Commanding officer, Raritan Arsenal, Me- 
tuchen, N.J., and commandant, Ordnance 
Field Service School. 

Commanding officer, Rock Island Arsenal, 

District Chief, St. Louis (Mo.) ordnance dis- 
trict. 
Executive Assistant _ 

Commanding officer, San Antonio Arsenal, 
Tex. 

District Chief, San Francisco (Calif.), ord- 
nance district. 

Executive Assistant 

Commanding officer, Savanna ordnance de- 
pot, Savanna, 111. 

Ordnance supply officer, Schenectady general 
depot. 

Commanding officer, Springfield Armory, 
Mass. 

Commanding officer, U.S. nitrate plant no. 
2, Muscle Shoals, Ala. 

Chief Clerk, U.S. nitrate plant no. 2, Muscle 
Shoals, Ala. 

Commanding officer and commandant of 
Ordnance School, Watertown Arsenal, 
Watertown, Mass. 

Commanding officer, Watervliet Arsenal 
Watervliet, N.Y. 

Commanding Wingate ordnance depot 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Ala. 



Chief Signal Officer. 

Executive officer 

Civilian assistant... 



Signal officer, First Corps Area, Boston, Mass. 
Signal officer, Second Corps Area, Governors 

Island, N.Y. 
Electrical engineer, Governors Island, N.Y... 

Civilian assistant. Governors Island, N.Y 

Signal officer, Third Corps Area, Baltimore, 

Md. 

Electrical engineer, Baltimore, Md 

Signal officer, Fourth Corps Area, Atlanta, 

Ga. 

Electrical engineer, Atlanta, Ga 

Signal officer, Fifth Corps Area, Columbus, 

Ohio. 

Radio inspector, Columbus, Ohio 

Signal officer, Sixth Corps Area, Chicago, 111. 
Signal officer, Seventh Corps Area, Omaha, 

Nebr. 

Chief clerk, Omaha, Nebr 

Signal officer, Eighth Corps Area, Fort Sam 

Houston, Tex. 
Electrical assistant, Fort Sam Houston, Tex . 
Signal officer, Ninth Corps Area, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Electrical engineer, San Francisco, Calif 

Assistant radio engineer, San Francisco, Calif- 
Chief Clerk, San Francisco, Calif 

Signal officer, Panama Canal Department, 

Balboa Heights, C.Z. 
Telephone engineer, Balboa Heights, Canal 

Zone. 
Chief clerk, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone 



8th... 



D.C. 



N.Y. 

N.Y. 



ni.... 

N.C.. 
Ohio. 



111... 
D.C. 



111... 
Tex! 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 



4th.. 
15th. 



10th. 
lst.. 



2d. 



10th. 
1st" 



19th— 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



( 3 ) 



$1 



( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 

3,000 

( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 

0) 



( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 

3,500 



( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 

3,300 
3,300 
( 3 ) 

3,400 

( 3 ) 

3,400 
( 3 ) 

2.700 

( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 

2,600 
( 3 ) 

2,700 

( 3 ) 

3,400 
2,800 
2,700 
( 3 ) 

2,900 

2,900 



s Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



39 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 

pensa^ 
tion 



Office of the Chief Signal 

Officer— Continued 

Signal Service at Large— Con. 
Maj. Leland H. Stanford 



Claude H. Deitrick. 
Maj. Roy H. Coles. 



Joshua L. Bach 

Mary F. Dee 

Lt. Col. Dawson Olmstead. 



Charles Murphy 

J. B. L. Hickerson 

Col. Arthur S. Cowan. 

John D. Sullivan 

Capt. Tom C. Rives.. 



Maj. Laurence Watts. 



Frank Prina 

John E. Lvnch 

Maj. Charles N. Sawyer. 



Curtis W. Thomas 

Charley M. Hupp 

James J. Fitzgerald 

Capt. Murray B. Dilley. 



James R. Taylor 

R. C. Vrooman 

Maj. Clyde V. Simpson. 



Signal officer, Hawaiian Department, Hono- 
lulu, Hawaii. 

Chief Clerk, Honolulu, Hawaii .. 

Signal officer, Philippine Department, Ma- 
nila, P.I. 

Telephone plant engineer, Manila, P.I 

Chief Clerk, Manila, P.I 

Officer in charge, Washington-Alaska military 
cable and telegraph system, Seattle, Wash. 

Traffic superintendent, Seattle, Wash 

Office manager, Seattle, Wash 

Commanding officer, Fort Monmouth, N.J.. 

Principal Clerk, Fort Monmouth, N.J 

Commanding officer, S.C. aircraft radio lab- 
oratory, McCook Field, Dayton, Ohio. 

Signal supply and procurement officer, New 
York general depot, South Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Senior inspector 

Chief clerk, depot 

Signal supply and procurement officer, Chi- 
cago quartermaster branch depot, Chicago, 

Electrical assistant, Chicago, 111 

Chief clerk, procurement 

Principal clerk, depot 

Signal supply officer, Eighth Corps Area 

general depot, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 
Military storekeeper, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 
do 



Ohio— . 



10th„. 



P.I. 



Wash. 
Tenn. 



lst... 
6th... 



Mass. 



13th... 



N.J. 

N.Y. 



15th. 
8th.. 



HI—. 
Ohio. 
Ill 



6th.. 
15th. 
6th.. 



Tex. 
Tex. 



14th. 
14th. 



Henry Dunn 

Office of the Chief of the 
Air Corps 

Maj. Gen. Benjamin D. Fou- 

lois. 
Brig. Gen. Oscar Westover.. . 

Capt. Charles M. Savage 

First Lt. Ray L. Owens 

John J. Mullaney.. 



Signal supply and procurement officer, San 

Francisco general depot, Fort Mason, Calif. 

Military storekeeper, Fort Mason, Calif 



Mo. 



Chief of the Air Corps 

Assistant Chief of the Air Corps. 

Assistant executive officer. 

—do 

Chief Clerk... 



D.C. 



Air Corps at Large 



Col. Frank P. Lahm 

Capt. John W. Monahan. 



Capt. Francis M. Brady 

Lt. Col. Jacob W. S. Wuest. 



Capt. Ralph H. Wooten 

Brig. Gen. Charles H. Dan- 

forth. 
Brig. Gen. H. C. Pratt 



Lt. Col. Robert Goolrick 

Air Depots 

Maj. Fred H. Coleman 

Maj. Lawrence S. Churchill. 
Maj. Shepler W. FitzGerald. 
Lt. Col. Arthur G. Fisher.... 



Military attache for air, Paris, France 

Assistant military attache for air, London, 

England. 
Assistant military attache for air, Rome, Italy. 
Military attache for air, Berlin, Germany, 

and Switzerland. 5 
Assistant military attache for air, Santiago, 

Chile. 
Commanding general, Air Corps Training 

Center, San Antonio, Tex. 
Chief, materiel Division, Air Corps, Wright 

Field, Dayton, Ohio. 
Commanding officer, Wright Field, Dayton, 

Ohio. 



Commanding officer, Fairfield air depot, 

Fairfield, Ohio. 
Commanding officer, Middletown air depot, 

Middletown, Pa. 
Commanding officer, Rockwell air depot, 

Coronado, Calif. 
Commanding officer, San Antonio air depot, 

San Antonio, Tex. 



3 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 

» Assistant military attache for Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Austria, and Czechoslovakia. 



40 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



[Legal residence 



State 



Office of the Chief of the 

Air Corps— Continued 

Offices of Procurement Planning 
Representatives 

First Lt. James B. Jordan 

First Lt. James C. Cluck 

Col. Ira F. Fravel 

Lt. Col. Archie W. Barry 

Capt. Romeyn B. Hough 

Capt. Joseph L. Stromme 

District Procurement Offices 
J. A. McDonnell - 



Flying Fields 

Lt. Col. Barton K. Yount. 
Maj. Frank D. Lackland- 
Lt. Col. James A. Mars... 



Maj. Donald P. Muse 

Lt. Col. Henry B. Clagett.. 

Col. Clarence C. Culver 

Lt. Col. Henry H. Arnold- 
Lt. Col. John F. Curry 



Lt. Col. John H. Howard.. 
Capt. Lynwood B. Jacobs. 

Lt. Col. John A. Paegelow. 
Maj. George H. Brett 



Maj. Frederick L. Martin — 

Maj. Millard F. Harmon 

Airdromes 
Capt. Joseph A. Wilson 

First Lt. William W. Welsh- 
First Lt. William R. Sweeley 

Capt. Bushrod Hoppin 

First Lt. Oscar L. Rogers 

Capt. Samuel C. Eaton, Jr 

First Lt. Stanton T. Smith... 
First Lt. Emile T. Kennedy 
First Lt. Paul E. Burrows.. 
Capt. Clarence P. Talbot.. . 
Capt. William B. Wright, Jr.. 
Lt. Col. Horace M. Hickam.. 

Capt. Robin A. Day 

Capt. Ross F. Cole 

Capt. Alfred I. Puryear. 

Capt. Raymond E. O'Neill.. 



Procurement planning representative, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Procurement planning representative, De- 
troit, Mich. 

Procurement planning representative, New 
York, N.Y. 

Procurement planning representative, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

Procurement planning representative, Wright 
Field, Dayton, Ohio. 

Procurement planning representative, Buf- 
falo, N.Y. 



District manager, Air Corps, procurement 
section, New York City. 



Commanding officer, Boiling Field, D.C 

Commanding officer, Brooks Field, Tex 

Commanding officer, Chanute Field, Ran- 
toul, 111. 

Commanding officer, Crissy Field, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Commanding officer, Kelly Field, Tex 

Commanding officer, Langley Field, Va 

Commanding officer, March Field, Calif 

Commanding officer, Maxwell Field, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

Commanding officer, Mitchel Field, N.Y 

Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. 

Commanding officer, Scott Field, 111 

Commanding officer, Selfridge Field, Mount 
Clemens, Mich. 

Commanding officer, Randolph Field, San 
Antonio, Tex. 

Commanding officer, Barksdale Field, 
Shreveport, La. 

Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Boston Airport, Mass. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Bowman Field, Jeffersontown, Ky. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Long Beach, Calif. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Lunken Airport, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Norton Field, Columbus, Ohio. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Pittsburgh Airport, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Schoen Field, Fort Benj. Harrison, Ind. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Boeing Field, Seattle, Wash. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Pearson Field, Vancouver Barracks, Wash. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Municipal Airport, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Kansas City Airport, Kansas City, Mo. 
Commanding officer, Third Attack Group, 

Fort Crockett, Tex. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps Detachment, 

Fort Leavenworth, Kans. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps troops, Mar- 
shall Field, Kans. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps troops, Pope 

Field, N.C. 
Commanding officer, Air Corps troops, Post 

Field, Okla. 



8 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 



OFFICIAL REGISTEB OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



41 





WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 










OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Insular Affairs 

Brig. Gen. Creed F. Cox 

Brig. Gen. Francis LeJau 
Parker. 








(*) 








(') 


Assistant to Chief of Bureau 






W 


Lt. Col. Walter C. Short 


do 






(*) 


Lt. Col. Karl F. Baldwin 


.. do , 






(*) 


Lt. Col. Edward A. Stockton. 








( 3 ) 


Jr. 
J. F. Welch 


Chief Clerk „. ... 


N.Y.... 
Mich... 


34th— 


$3,400 


GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIP- 
FINE ISLANDS 

Manila 




•18,000 


John H. Holliday... 


Vice Governor (and Secretary of Public In- 
struction). 


Mo 




•10,000 


Teofllo Sison— 


P.I 




•6,000 


Vicente Singson Encarnacion. 




P.I 








P.I.. 




•6,000 


Vicente Singson Encarnacion.. 
Antonio de las Alas 


Secretary of Agriculture and Commerce 

Secretary of Public Works and Communica- 
tions. 


P.I 




•6,000 


P.I 




•6,000 


Manuel L. Quezon 


P.I 




•8,000 


Manuel Roxas 


Speaker of the House of Representatives 


P.I 




•8,000 


(Vacancy) . . . 






•6,000 


Jaime Hernandez 




P.I 




•3,000 


Camilo Osias 


Resident Commissioner to the United States. 
do 


P.I 




8 


Pedro Guevara 


P.I 

P.I 





Ramon Avancena 


Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 


• 10, 500 


Thomas A. Street 


Associate Justice of the Supreme Court 

do 






8 10,000 


George A . Malcolm „, 


Mich 




« 10,000 


(Vacancy) 


do 






• 10,000 


(Vacancy) 


do 






8 10, 000 


Antonio Villa-Real.. 


do 

do 


P.I 




8 10, 000 


James 0. Vickers 


Md 




8 10, 000 


John A. Hull 


do 


Iowa 




8 10, 000 


Jose Abad Santos 


do 


P.I 




8 10, 000 


Carlos Imperial 


do 


P.I 




•10,000 


George C. Butte 


do 


Tex 




•10,000 


GOVERNMENT OF PUERTO RICO 

San Juan 
Robert Hayes Gore 


Governor, San Juan, P.R 


Fla 




•10,000 


Chas. E. Winter. 


Attorney General 


Wyo 




•6,000 


Manuel V. Domenech 


Treasurer . 


P.R 




•6,000 


Edmundo D. Colon 


Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce. 
Commissioner of Labor 


P.R 




•6,000 


Prudencio Rivera Martinez... 


P.R 




•6,000 


Antonio Fernos Isern.. 




P.R 




•6,000 


Jos6 Padin 


Commissioner of Education 


P.R 




6,000 


Francisco Pons 




P.R.. 




6,000 


Leslie A. MacLeod 


Auditor 


Mass 




•6,000 


E. J. Saldana 


Executive Secretary 


P.R 




•5,000 


Emilio del Toro 




P.R.. 




• 10, 500 


Adolph G. Wolf 








» 10, 000 


Pedro de Aldrey 


do 

do 

do 


P.R 




» 10, 000 


Harvey M. Hutchison 

F61ix Cordova Davila 


Tex 




•10,000 


P.R 




• 10, 000 


Santiago Iglesias 


Resident Commissioner to the United States- 
Chief of Bureau 


P.R.. 




V) 
( 3 ) 


National Guard Bureau 

Maj. Gen. George E. Leach... 


Minn... 


5th.... 


Col. William H. Waldron 


Executive Officer 


1 


Col. A. Owen Seaman 


Chief, Supply Division 






Col. Harry LaT. Cavenaugh.. 


Chief, Personnel Division 






8 


Col. Edgar A. Fry 


Chief, Operations and Organization Division- 






Col. Albert L. Culbertson 






( a ) 


Col. William R. Smedberg, Jr. 


Chief, Administrative Division 






( 3 ) 


Col. Henry H. Rutherford 


Medical Adviser 






Capt. Henry Harmeling 


Legal Adviser . 






( 3 ) 


Walter A. Saunders 


Chief Clerk 


D.C 




3,500 



1 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 

• Paid from Philippine revenues. 

* Pay and allowances of a Representative in Congress, with $2,000 per annum in lieu of mileage. 
» Paid from Puerto Rican revenues. 

10143—; 



42 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Office of Chief of Chemical 
Warfare Service 

Maj. Gen. Claude E. Brigham. 
Maj. Rollo C. Ditto 








( 3 ) 








( 3 ) 


Maj. A.jM. Prentiss 


Chief, Manufacturing and Supply Division.. 






( 3 ) 










( 3 ) 


Capt. E. P. H. Gempel 

Lt. Col. Walter C. Baker 








ft 








( 3 ) 


Lt. Col. Charles R. Alley 


Chief, Technical Division 






( 3 ) 




Chief Clerk 


Ohio.... 


12th... 


$3,000 


Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, 
Md. 

Lt. Col. James A. Lyon 




( 3 ) 










( 3 ) 






N.Y 

Md 


2d 

2d 


8,000 






3,800 


Chemical Warfare Service 
School, Edgewood. Md. 

Lt. Col. James A. Lyon 




( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 


Maj. William N. Porter 

Capt. Henry Linsert 














( 3 > 


The Army War College, 
Washington, D.C. 

Maj. Gen. G. S. Simonds 

Col. E. H. Humphrey, Cav- 








( 3 ) 








( 3 ) 


alry. 
Maj. Wm. F. Freehoff, Infan- 
try. 

U.S. Military Academy, 
West Point, N.Y. 

Maj. Gen. William D. Connor. 

Maj. R. L. Eichelberger 

First Lt. C. E. Byers 








( 3 ) 








( 3 ) 








( 3 ) 








8 


William J. Middleton 


Chief Clerk 


N.Y 

N.Y 

N.Y 


26th... 
26th... 
26th... 


3,200 


Vincent B. Ricney... 


Assistant Chief Clerk.. 


2,600 


W. J. Wakefield 




2,300 




Chief, Statistical Division 


2,300 


D. T. Conklin 


Chief, Record Division 


N.Y.... 


26th.. . 


2,300 


National Board for the Pro- 
motion of Rifle Practice, 
Washington, D.C. 

Capt. Charles E. Rayens 


Executive officer.. 


( 3 ) 


Capt. George F. Herbert 


Assistant executive officer 






( 3 ) 


Director of Civilian Marks- 
manship, Washington, D.C. 

Capt. Charles E. Rayens 


Director 






( 3 ) 


Capt. George F. Herbert 








( 3 ) 


Army Corps Areas and 
Departments 

First Corps Area 9 

Maj. Gen. Fox Conner.. 


Commanding 






( 3 ) 


Col. Walter S. Grant. .. 


Chief of stafl 






(3) 


Col. Robert L. Collins 


Adjutant general 






( 3 ) 


Lt. Col. Lucian B. Moody 


Inspector 






( 3 ) 


Col. Arthur W. Brown 


Judge advocate 






( 3 ) 


Col. Will H. Point 


Quartermaster 






( 3 ) 


Col. George M. Ekwurzel 


Surgeon 






( 3 ). 


Lt. Col. Emmet R. Harris 


Finance officer 






( 3 ) 


Capt. Robert C. Hunter 


Engineer 






( 3 ) 


Col. Thales L. Ames... 








( 3 ) 


Lt. Col. John C. Moore 


Signal officer 






( 3 ) 


Lt. Col. Rufus F. Maddux 


Chemical warfare officer 






( 3 ) 


Lt. Col. Rush B. Lincoln 


Air officer 






( 3 ) 



3 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 

9 The First Corps Area includes the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode 
Island, and Connecticut. In so far as only coast defenses and field operations incident thereto are con- 
cerned, that portion of the State of New York which lies east of west longitude 72° 30' is attached to the 
First Corps Area; headquarters, Army Base, Boston 9, Mass. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



43 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Army Corps Areas and De- 
partments—Continued 

Second Corps Area i° 

Maj. Gen. Dennis E. Nolan... 
Col. George A. Nugent 


Commanding 






( 3 ) 


Chief of staff 






( 3 ) 








( 3 ) 


Col. Ernest D. Peek 


Inspector 






( 3 ) 










( 3 ) 










( 3 ) 


Col. Charles R. Reynolds 








(3) 








( 3 ) 


Col. William C. Weeks 








( 3 ) 










( 3 ) 










( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 










Col. Roy C. Kirtland 








( 3 ) 


Third Corps Area " 








( 3 ) 


Col. Charles M. Bundel 


Chief of staff 






ffi 


Col. David Y. Beckham 


Adjutant general.. _. 






Col. Raymond W. Briggs 

Col. Dennis P. Quinlan 








( 3 ) 








3 


Col. Patrick W. Guiney 


Quartermaster 






3 


Col. Frederick A. Dale . 








( 3 ) 


Col. Edwin A. Hickman 








( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 


Lt. Col. William D. A. 








Anderson. 








( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 


Col. Consuelo A. Seoane 


Signal officer 






Lt. Col. Charles E. T. Lull... 


Chemical warfare officer 






( 3 ) 


Capt. Richard H. Ballard 








( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 


Fourth Corps Area " 
Maj. Gen. Edward L. King... 


Commanding 






Col. Thomas A. Roberts . 


Chief of staff 






( 3 ) 


Col. Walter T. Bates 








( 3 ) 


Col. Christian A. Bach 








$ 


Col. George L. McKeeby 

Col. William H. Noble 














( J ) 


Col. William N. Bispham 








| 


Col. Lewis S. Morey 


Finance officer 






Maj. Leon E. Lyon.. 


Engineer 






( 3 ) 


Maj. Burton 0. Lewis 








( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 


Col. Goodwin Compton 








Maj. Victor Parks, Jr 


Chemical warfare officer- 






( 3 ) 


Maj. Ira Rader 


Air officer. 






( 3 ) 


Fifth Corps Area 13 
Maj. Gen. George Van Horn 


Commanding ._ 






( 3 ) 


Moseley. 
Col. Walter C. Sweeney 


Chief of staff 






( 3 ) 


Col. Robert Whitfield 








( 3 ) 


Col. William E. Hunt 


Inspector 






( 3 ) 


Maj. William M. Connor.. .. 








( 3 ) 


Col. Alvin K. Baskette 








( 3 ) 


Col. David Baker 


Surgeon ' 






( 3 ) 


Col. Wm. H. Menges 








(») 
( 3 ) 


Lt. Col. Charles R. Pettis 








Maj. John Mather... 


Ordnance officer 






( S ) 


Maj. Louis B. Bender 








( 3 ) 


Maj. Oliver J. Bond. 


Chemical warfare officer 






( 3 ) 


Lt. Col. H. C. Kress Muhlen- 


Air officer 






(3) 


berg. 









3 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 

io The Second Corps Area includes the States of New Jersey, Delaware, and New York, except for certain 
specific purposes only, that portion thereof which is attached to the First Corps Area. The island of Puerto 
Rico, with the islands and keys adjacent thereto, is attached to the Second Corps Area; headquarters, 
Governors Island, N.Y. 

" The Third Corps Area includes the States of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and the District of 
Columbia; headquarters, United States post office and courthouse, Baltimore, Md. 

« The Fourth Corps Area includes the States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, 
Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Louisiana; headquarters, Fort McPherson, Ga 

h The Fifth Corps Area includes the States of Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana, and Kentucky; headquarters 
Fort Hayes, Columbus, Ohio. 



44 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Army Corps Areas and De- 
partments—Continued 

Sixth Corps Area " 

Maj. Gen. Frank Parker 

Col. James M. Graham 


Commanding 






( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 


Chief of staff 






Col. Harry D. Mitchell 


Adjutant general «. 






Maj. Edward J. Dwan 

Maj. Le Roy Reeves 


Acting inspector 






( 3 ) 


Judge advocate 






( 3 ) 


Col. Edmond R. Tompkins... 


Quartermaster . 






( 3 ) 

(3) 


Col. Paul C. Hutton 


Surgeon 






Lt. Col. Frederick W. Boschen 


Finance officer 






C> 


Maj. Elroy S. J. Irvine 

Lt. Col. Thomas A. Clark 


Engineer . 






(') 


Ordnance officer 






( 3 ) 


Lt. Col. Joseph J. Grace 


Signal officer 






(») 


Maj. Carl L. Marriott 

Capt. Carl W. Connell 

Seventh Corps Area »* 

Maj. Gen. Johnson Hagood... 
Col. Alexander M. Miller 


Chemical warfare officer 






( 3 > 

( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 


Air officer . 






Commanding 






Chief of staff 






Col. John 0. Steger 


Adjutant 






( 3 ) 


Col. Harris Pendleton, Jr 


Inspector . 






(3) 
( 3 > 
( 3 ) 


Maj. Ernest H. Burt. 


Judge advocate 






Col. Sam F. Bottoms 


Quartermaster ... 






Col. George A. Skinner 


Surgeon 






3 


Lt. Col. Thomas C. Spencer.. 


Signal officer . 






3 


Maj. John S. Butler 








( 3 > 


Lt. Col. Townsend Whelen 








( 3 ) 


Maj. Emmet C. Morton 

Maj. Edward C. Wallington.. 
Maj. Howard J. Houghland... 

Eighth Corps Area 18 

Maj. Gen. Edwin B. Winans. 
Col. George P. Tyner 


Finance officer 






( 3 > 


Chemical warfare officer 






(3) . 


Air officer 






( 3 ) 








( 3 ) 


Chief of staff 






( 3 ) 


Col. James Totten 








8 


Col. George D. Arrowsmith... 

Maj. Charles C. Cresson 

Col. Grayson V. Heidt.. 

Col. Elmer A. Dean 














( 3 > 














(4 


Col. Matt C. Bristol 


Finance officer 






( 3 > 

(3) 










Lt. Col. Webster A. Capron... 
Lt. Col. Walter E. Prosser 








(3) 








( 3 > 
( 3 ) 


Lt. Col. Ray L. Avery.. 

Lt. Col. Ira Longanecker 














( 3 ) 


Ninth Corps Area " 

Maj. Gen. Malin Craig 

Col. Edwin S. Hartshorn 








( 3 ) 


Chief of staff 






( 3 ) 


Col. John B. Shuman 








( 3 ) 










( 3 


Col. Hugh C. Smith 








( 3 ) 


Col. John R. R. Hannay 








( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 








Col. Edward A. Sturges 


Finance officer 







3 Pay of rank, see Army pay tables in appendix. 

14 The Sixth Corps Area includes the States of Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, the post of Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo., and Arcadia Target Range, near Arcadia, Mo.; headquarters, 1819 W. Pershing Road, Chicago,. 

m. 

16 The Seventh Corps Area includes the States of Missouri, except the post of Jefferson Barracks and 
Arcadia Target Range, near Arcadia, Mo., Kansas, Arkansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, North Dakota, 
and South Dakota; headquarters, Baird Building, Omaha, Nebr. 

19 The Eighth Corps Area includes the States of Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, New Mexico, the post of 
Fort Francis E. Warren, Wyo., including the Target and Maneuver Reservation (formerly Pole Mountain 
Reservation), and Arizona, except that portion thereof west of west longitude 114° and south of north 
latitude 33° which is attached to the Ninth Corps Area for purposes of administration, training, and tactical 
control in connection with the Border Patrol and field operations incident thereto only; headquarters, 
Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Tex. 

» The Ninth Corps Area includes the States of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, except 
the post of Fort Francis E. Warren, including the Target and Maneuver Reservation (formerly Pole 
Mountain Reservation), Utah, Nevada, and California, and that portion of Arizona which is attached 
for certain specific purposes only. The Territory of Alaska is attached to the Ninth Corps Area; 
headquarters, Presidio of San Francisco, Calif. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



45 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Army Corps Areas and De- 
partments—Continued 

Ninth Corps Area— Con. 

Maj. Henry H. Stickney 

Col. Edward P. O'Hern 

Lt. Col. Joseph O. Mauborgne 

Maj. Oscar A. East wold 

Lt. Col. Lawrence W. 
Mcintosh. 

Hawaiian Department » 

Maj. Gen. Briant H. Wells... 

Col. John S. Fair 

Col. George L. Hicks. 

Lt. Col. Jay L. Benedict 

Lt. Col. Allen W. Gullion 

Col. Augustus B. Warfield— 

Col. Ernest L. Ruffner 

Col. Edward D. Powers 

Lt. Col. Robert R. Ralston... 

Maj. George F. Lemon 

Maj. Leland H. Stanford 

Maj. Benjamin A. Bracken- 
bury. 
Lt. Col. Gerald C. Brant 

Philippine Department »• 

Maj. Gen. Ewing E. Booth... 

Col. Charles W. Exton 

Col. William G. Murchison... 

Col. Henry C. Merriam 

Col. William B. Pistole 

Col. Arthur J. Lynch 

Col. Alexander Murray 

Maj. Benjamin L. Jacobson... 
Lt. Col. James A. O'Connor.. 

Lt. Col. James H. Burns 

Maj. Roy H. Coles. 

Maj. Arthur M. Heritage 

Maj. Douglas B. Netherwood. 

Panama Canal Depart- 
ment j o 

Maj. Gen. Preston Brown 

Col. Conrad S. Babcock 

Col. Jennings B. Wilson 

Lt. Col. Edmund A. 
Buchanan. 

Maj. John A. Smith 

Col. John P. Hasson. 

Col. Haywood S. Hansell 

Maj. Herbert E. Pace 

Maj. Charles F. Williams 

Maj. Stephen H. MacGregor. 

Maj. Frank D. Applin 

Maj. Charles S. Moyer 

(Vacancy) 

The Command and General 
Staff Schools, Fort Leaven- 
worth, Kans. 

Maj. Gen. Stuart Heintzelman 
Col. Wilson B. Burtt 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Engineer 

Ordnance officer.. 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Acting ordnance officer- 
Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 



Air officer. 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate- 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



C ommanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general- 
Inspector General- 



Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Commandant 

Assistant commandant- 



Legal residence 



State 



3 Pay of rank: see Army pay tables in appendix. 

18 The Hawaiian Department includes all the islands belonging to the United States within the area 
between 150° west longitude and 160° east longitude and between 15° south latitude and 30° north 
latitude; headquarters, Fort Shatter, Territory of Hawaii. 

19 The Philippine Department includes all the islands of the Philippine Archipelago; headquarters, 
Manila, P.I. The commanding general Philippine Department has jurisdiction over the United States 
Army troops in China. 

2 « The Panama Canal Department includes the Canal Zone; headquarters, Quarry Heights, Canal Zone. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE* 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

HOMER S. CUMMINGS, OF CONNECTICUT 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Attorney 
General 



J. Crawford Biggs. 
William Stanley.. 



Charles D. Lawrence. 
Harold M. Stephens.. 

PatMalloy 

Frank J. Wideman... 



George C. Sweeney. 



(Vacancy) 

Angus Dhu MacLean. 
Charles E. Stewart 



Ugo J. A. Carusi 

George A. Glendon, Jr.. 

John Edgar Hoover 

Harold Nathan 

Clyde A. Tolson 

John S. Hurley 

Sanford Bates 

William T. Hammack.. 
Austin H. MacCormick. 

James V. Bennett 

John W. Gardner 

Charles B. Sornborger.. 

Daniel J. Hefferman 

Arthur Robb 

Edward N. Bodholdt... 

George Kearney 

James A. Finch.. 

Herbert J. McClure 

Harry B. Dellett- 



Solicitor General 

Assistant to the Attorney General, adminis- 
trative. 
Assistant Attorney General, Customs Divi- 
sion. 
Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Divi- 
sion. 
Assistant Attorney General, Tax and Crim- 
inal Division. 
Assistant Attorney General, Court of Claims 

Division. 
Assistant Attorney General, Public Lands 

Division. 
Assistant Attorney General, Civil Division- 
Assistant Solicitor General 

Administrative Assistant to the Attorney 
General. 

Executive Assistant to Attorney General 

Private secretary to Attorney General 

Director of Investigation. 

Assistant Director of Investigation 

do 



.do. 



Director, Bureau of Prisons 

Assistant Director, Bureau of Prisons. 
do 



.do. 



General Agent and Chief Clerk.. 

Assistant Chief Clerk and Appointment Clerk. 

Assistant Chief Clerk 

Chief, Division of Mail and Files 

Chief, Division of Supplies and Printing 

Librarian 

Attorney in charge of pardons.. 

Assistant general agent 

Disbursing Clerk... 



United States Penal and Cor- 
rectional Institutions 



U.S. Penitentiary, 
Ga. 

Arthur C. Aaerhold. 

Julian A. Schoen 

Harvey F. Frick 



Atlanta, 



Warden 

Deputy Warden. 
Chief Clerk 



U.S. Penitentiary, Leaven- 
worth, Kans. 



Fred G. Zerbst... 
Fred L. Morrison. 
Paul J. Wise 



Warden... 

Deputy Warden. 
Chief Clerk 



N.C.... 
Md 



N.Y.... 
Utah— 
Okla.... 
Fla 

Mass 



4th.. 
5th- 

14th. 

2d... 

1st.. 

4th.. 

3d— 



N.C. 
Ala. 



Vt 

N.Y... 
D.C... 

Va 

Iowa... 
N.H-. 



lst.. 
7th.. 



2d. 



5th._ 
lst. . 
13th. 



D.C... 

Maine. 
Md.... 
N.Y... 

Vt 

R.I.... 
Kans... 
Calif... 

Va 

N.Y... 
N.Y... 
D.C... 



2d... 
6th.. 
27th. 
1st.. 
2d— 
6th.. 
9th.. 
8th. . 
28th. 
35th. 



$10, 000 
9,000 

9,000 

8,000 

8,000 

8,000 

8,000 



Ga.. 
Ind. 
Ga.. 



5th. 
9th. 
5th. 



Kans 

Kans.... 
Ind 



8,000 
8,000 

5,600 
3,200 
9,000 
7,000 
6,500 
6,500 
10,000 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
3,600 
3,800 
3,300 
3,200 
3,800 
6,400 
4,800 
3,500 



16,500 
15,600 
13,500 



5th.... 17,000 
1st.... M,600 
9th„. . 13,800 



* The Department of Justice issues a register in which is given the principal officers in the Department in 
Washington, with a synopsis of their duties, and a list of the United States courts, with the officers thereof, 
and the time and place of holding the various courts. This register is for sale by the Superintendent of 
Public Documents, Washington, D.C, at 20 cents a copy. 

i Including allowances. 

46 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



47 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



United States Penal and Cor- 
rectional Institutions— Con. 

U.S. Penitentiary Annex, Fort 
Leavenworth, Kans. 



Robert H. Hudspeth. 

(Vacancy) 

Frank Mitchell 



Warden 

Deputy Warden. 
Chief Clerk 



U.S. Penitentiary, McNeil 
Island, Wash. 



Finch R. Archer.. 

Colson Sauls 

Walter J. Haniger. 



Warden 

Deputy Warden. 
Chief Clerk 



Northeastern Penitentiary, 
Lewisburg, Pa. 



Henry C. Hill 

Walter A. Hunter.. 
Thomas C. Farmer. 



Warden 

Deputy Warden. 
Chief Clerk 



US. Industrial Reformatory, 
Chillicothe, Ohio 

Ellsworth W. McCullough 

William Green 

(Vacancy) 

William H. Hiatt... 

Eric W. Jones 



Member, advisory board.. 
....do 

Superintendent 

Assistant Superintendent. 
Chief Clerk 



Federal Industrial Institution 
for Women, Alderson, W.Va. 



Miss Julia K. Jaffrey 

Lewellys F. Barker 

Mrs. Nancy M. Mann 

Mrs. Helen Hall Upham... 

Dr. Mary B. Harris 

Miss Helen C. Hironimus.. 
Mrs. Gertrude B. Johnson. 



Member, board of advisers. 

—.do. 

....do. 



....do 

Superintendent 

Assistant Superintendent. 
Chief Clerk 



Detention Headquarters, New 
York City, NY. 

John E. Murtagh 

(Vacancy) 

Wilbur R. Edwards... 



Superintendent 

Assistant Superintendent. 
Chief Clerk 



Federal Jail, New Orleans, La. 



Milton F. Amrine 

Jacob Hoffman 

Strobhart H. Seabrook. 



Superintendent 

Assistant Superintendent. 
Chief Clerk 



U.S. Detention Farm, Latuna, 
Tex. 



Thomas B. White- 
Walter H. Case... 
Loring O. Mills — 



Warden 

Deputy Warden. 
Chief Clerk 



Federal Jail, Milan, Mich. 



John J. Ryan 

Geo. W. Humphrey. 



Superintendent. 
Chief Clerk 



U.S. Hospital for Defective De- 
linquents, Springfield, Mo. 



Dr. Lawrence Kolb. 
Arthur G. Thomas.. 
Burton W. Hildrith. 



Superintendent. . 
Executive Officer. 
Chief Clerk 



Southwestern Reformatory, 
Reno, Okla. 

Henry L. Merry 

Vincent Harper 



El 



Assistant Superintendent. 
Chief Clerk. 



Kans. 



1st. 



2 $5, 600 



Kans... 



Wash 

Wash... 

Wash 



1st. 



Ill- 
Mich. 
Ga... 



5th— 



D.C.. 
Ohio. 



Idaho... 
N. C. 



2d. 



N.Y... 

Md 

W.Va... 
N.Y.... 

N.J 

Ind 

Ariz 



5th. 
33d. 



N.Y... 



1st... 
AtL. 



36th... 



Md. 



6th.... 



4th... 



Okla.... 

Tex 

Mont... 

Mass 


5th.... 
16th— 
1st.... 






D.C 




N.Y 

Mo 


11th— 
7th.... 


Mich 





Paid by Public Health Service. » Including allowances. 



Serves without compensation. 



48 



OFFICIAL KEGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 

dist. 



United States Penal and Cor- 
rectional Institutions — Con. 

PRISON CAMPS 

Federal Reformatory Camp, 
Petersburg, Va. 



Claude O. Nicholson... 
Edward E. Thompson. 
Irvin Frank 



Superintendent 

Assistant Superintendent. 
Camp Clerk 



Federal Correctional Camp, 
Fort Eustis, Va. 



Joseph W. Sanford. 
Thomas B. Keiffer. 
Thomas J. Gough.. 
Lewis H. Johnson- 



Superintendent 

Assistant Superintendent . 
do.. 



Md 

Va 

Va 


6th.... 
9th.... 
8th.... 


D.C 




W.Va... 
Mass 


5th.... 



Chief Clerk... 



Ohio 



11th... 



Federal Prison Camp Bragg, 
Fayetteville, N.C. 



Newton E. Lincoln. 
Hal Q. Grantham... 



Assistant Superintendent. 
Camp Clerk 



D.C. 



Federal Prison Camp Lewis, 
Dupont, Wash. 



Eugene B. Heister 

Raymond T. Cookingham. 
Alan P. Cox 



Assistant Superintendent. 
do 



Clerk. 



Wash. 
Oreg.. 
Wash. 



3d. 



Federal Prison Camp Maxwell, 
Montgomery, Ala. 



Woolsey Finnell. 
(Vacancy) 



Superintendent. 
Clerk 



Ala. 



6th. 



Federal Prison Camp Santa 
Catalina, Tucson, Ariz. 



James B. Gaffney. 
Walter W. Bailey. 



National Training School for 
Boys, D.C. 



Francis H. Duehay. 
Charles H. Robb.... 
Warren F. Martin.. 
Robert V. Fleming. 

Newbold Noyes 

D.J. Callahan 

Sanford Bates 

C. D. Jones 



Superintendent 

Assistant Superintendent. 



Member, board of trustees. 
....do 



S.C. 
Ariz. 



9th... 
AtL. 



—.do 

—.do 

—do 

—.do 

—do 

Superintendent . 



D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 



1 Including allowances. 



3 Serves without compensation. 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

POSTMASTER GENERAL 

JAMES A. FARLEY, OF NEW YORK 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of the Postmaster 
General 

Harllee Branch 

Ambrose O'Connell 

J. Austin Latimer 

William C. Lyons 

Karl A. Crowley -. 

Horace J. Donnelly 

Walter E. Kelly.. 

Harrison Parkman 

Alfred H. Keim 

William M. Slattery 

John J. Haggerty 

Merle L. Sweet 

Harold N. Graves 

Audus T. Davis 

Charles E. Warren 

Alice B. Sanger 

Robert E. Fellers 

Robert S. Regar 

James R. Murphy 

Inspection service 

Kildroy P. Aldrich 

Joseph F. Gartland 

Roscoe E. Mague 

Clarence L. Williams 

Harold W. Davis 

James W. Cole 

Finis L. Clampitt 

John J. Breslin 

Walter B. Wooten 

Walter Johnson _. 

Wallace R. Briggs 

Charles T. Hansen 

Emmet O. Hallock 

James J. Doran 

John W. Johnston 

William L. Noah 

Henry E. Randall 

Clinton B. Uttley 

Charles E. Caine 

Thomas M. Milligan 

Bureau of the First Assistant 
Postmaster General 

Joseph C. O'Mahoney 

Vincent C. Burke 

Thomas F. Fitch 

Arthur C. Helmer 

Nelson A. Tacy 

George L. Wood 

Burton G. Cowles 



Executive Assistant- 

Special Assistant 

Secretary to the Postmaster General 

Administrative Assistant- 

Solicitor 

Assistant to the Solicitor . 

Assistant Solicitor 

Purchasing Agent— 

Chief Clerk, Purchasing Agent 

Comptroller 

Assistant and chief clerk to comptroller 

Superintendent, retirement records 

Director, postal rate research 

Chief Clerk 

Assistant Chief Clerk. _ 

Personnel Officer 

Disbursing Clerk... 

Superintendent, office procedure and forms- 
Traffic manager 



Chief Post Office Inspector. 

Assistant Chief Inspector 

Superintendent, office of Chief Inspector 

Assistant superintendent, office of Chief In- 
spector. 

Assistant superintendent, office of Chief In- 
spector. 

Inspector in charge, Atlanta, Ga 

Inspector in charge, Austin, Tex 

Inspector in charge, Boston, Mass 

Inspector in charge, Chattanooga, Tenn 

Inspector in charge, Chicago, 111 

Inspector in charge, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Inspector in charge, Denver, Colo.. _. 

Inspector in charge, Kansas City, Mo_ 

Inspector in charge, New York, N.Y 

Inspector in charge, Philadelphia, Pa 

Inspector in charge, St. Louis, Mo 

Inspector in charge, St. Paul, Minn 

Inspector in charge, San Francisco, Calif 

Inspector in charge, Seattle, Wash 

Inspector in charge, Washington, D.C 



First Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy First Assistant- 

Superintendent, Division of Post Office Serv- 
ice. 
Assistant Superintendent, Division of Post 
Office Service. 

Superintendent, Division of Postmasters 

Superintendent, Division of Rural Mails 

Superintendent, Division of Dead Letters 
and Dead Parcel Post. 



Ga 

N.Y... 
S.C.... 
Colo... 
Texas.. 
D.C... 
Ohio... 
Kans— . 
D.C— 
Mass- 
Maine . 

Ill 

Ill 

Mo.... 

Va 

Ind.... 



5th.... 



2d... 
1st.. 
12th. 



1st.. 
4th.. 



Pa. 



Ill 

Pa 

Mass — 
Iowa 

Va 



12th. 
2d— 
10th. 
20th. 
16th. 
8th.. 
7th.. 
6th.. 
9th.. 
12th. 



2d... 
16th. 
5th.. 
3d... 



Ga.— 
Texas. 
Mass.. 
Tenn.. 
Ohio.. 
Miss.. 

Ill 

Mo- 
Conn. 
N.Y_. 



N.Y.., 
Okla.. 
Wash. 
Ohio.. 



Wyo... 

Ky 

Colo... 

Tex 

Mass.— 
Md 

N.Y..., 



4th.. 
9th„ 
7th„ 
3d... 
21st. 
5th„ 
16th. 
2d... 
5th.. 
36th. 
8th„ 
30th. 
2d... 
5th.. 
13th. 



AtL. 
5th— 
3d.... 



12th— 

7th„_ . 

2d 

27th... 



49 



$8,000 
6,500 
4,600 
4,600 
8,000 
7,500 
6,000 
5,600 
3,700 
5,600 
3,200 
3,800 
7,500 
6,000 
3,900 
3,600 
3,200 
4,400 
3,000 



6,500 
5,600 
4,400 
3,500 

3,300 

4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 



8,000 
6,500 
5,600 

4,600 

5,000 
5,000 
3,600 



50 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of the Second Assist- 
ant Postmaster General 



William W. Howes. 
Jesse M. Donaldson. 
Eugene R. White. .. 
William E. Triem... 



Stephen A. Cisler. 
James H. Knox... 
Charles La Rue... 



Railway Mail Service 



Aleyne A. Fisher. 
Chase C. Gove.. . 



Alvin W. Hoge 

Rudolph S. Brauer 

James H. Musgrave — 

Melville E. Evans 

Walter H. Riddell 

Joseph Formanek 

Clint J. Taylor 

Travis P. Elam 

Frank F. McBride 

Edward McGrath 

John S. Morris 

Frank McFarland 

Aubrey D. Lawrence. _ 

Roger P. Williams 

William F. Yarrington. 



Bureau of the Third Assistant 
Postmaster General 

Clinton B. Eilenberger. 

Roy M. North 

J. 0. Harraman 

William T. S. Rollins _. 

Charles E. Matthews 

William C. Wood. 

Clarence H. Buckler 

(Vacancy) 

A. W. Watts... 

Paul Freeman 

William W. Barre 

Bureau of the Fourth Assist- 
ant Postmaster General 

Silliman Evans 

Smith W. Purdum 

Wrightson Chambers 

{Vacancy) 

George Landick, Jr 

Thomas G. Mallalieu 

Paul Profe... 

John B. Cady 



Second Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy Second Assistant 

Director of International Postal Service 

Superintendent, Division of Railway Adjust- 
ments. 

Superintendent of Air Mail Service 

United States postal agent, Habana, Cuba 

Assistant director of International Postal 
Service, New York, N.Y. 



Cincinnati, Ohio... 

Chicago, 111 

Omaha, Nebr 

Pittsburgh, Pa 



General superintendent Railway Mail Service. 
Assistant general superintendent Railway 

Mail Service. 
Superintendent, R.M.S. 
Superintendent, R.M.S. 
Superintendent, R.M.S. 
Superintendent, R.M.S. 
Superintendent, R.M.S., Atlanta, Ga 

Superintendent, R.M.S., Cleveland, Ohio 

Superintendent, R.M.S 
Superintendent, R.M.S 
Superintendent, R.M.S 
Superintendent, R.M.S.. 
Superintendent, R.M.S., New Orleans, La. 
Superintendent, R.M.S., St. Louis, Mo- 
Superintendent, R.M.S., Seattle, Wash... 
Superintendent, R.M.S., New York, N.Y 
Superintendent, R.M.S., Boston, Mass... 



Fort Worth, Tex 
Washington, D.C.. 

St. Paul, Minn 

San Francisco, Calif. 



S.Dak... 
Mo 

N.C 

Ohio 

Colo 

S.C 

NJ 

Vt 

Nebr... . 

Ill 

111.. 

Nebr.... 

Ind 

111 

Ohio 

Tex 

Va 

Minn... 
Calif.... 

La. 

Mo 

Wash... 
N.Y.... 
Mass... 



1st.. 
5th.. 
9th.. 
18th. 



1st. 
3d.. 
4th. 



Third Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy Third Assistant 

Director of Parcel Post 

Director, Division of Postal Savings 

Superintendent, Division of Money Orders.. 

Superintendent, Division of Classification 

Superintendent, Division of Registered Mails. 

Superintendent, Division of Stamps 

Superintendent, Division of Cost Ascertain- 
ment. 

Superintendent, Division of Finance 

Stamped envelope agent, Dayton, Ohio 



Pa. 

Ga 

Ind 

Md 

Okla.... 
Kans — 
Md 



2d.... 
1st... 

2d.... 
7th... 
2d.— 
7th... 
10th.. 
22d... 
12th.. 
3d.— 
4th... 
5th... 
2d— 
11th.. 
1st... 
2d.... 
8th... 



21st. 
4th.. 
8th.. 
5th. 
2d— 
3d— 
2d... 



Calif- 



Ohio 

Nebr 



4th. 



19th. 
3d... 



Fourth Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy Fourth Assistant 

Superintendent, Division of Engineering and 

Research. 
Superintendent, Division of Post Office 

Quarters. 
Superintendent, Division of Equipment and 

Supplies. 
Superintendent, Division of Motor Vehicle 

Service. 

Topographer _ 

Superintendent, Mail Equipment Shops 



Tex. 
Md. 
Md. 



12th. 
5th.. 
2d— 



Ind.. 
Nebr. 



N.Y. 
D.C. 



13th. 
6th.. 
10th. 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 1 

SECRETARY 

CLAUDE A. SWANSON, OF VIRGINIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Office of the Secretary 



Henry L. Roosevelt 

Rear Admiral H. L. Brinser. 

Capt. Harold R. Stark 

Capt. Harry A. Stuart 



Commander A. S. Merrill. 
Archibald Oden.. 



Helen G. O'Neill. 



Frank S. Curtis 

William D. Bergman. 
Roy H. Moses 

Arthur H. Hoiland— _ 
Charles T. Ogle. 



Office of Chief of Naval 
Operations 

Admiral William H. Standley. 
Rear Admiral Joseph K. 

Taussig 
JohnT. Cuthbert 

Capt. Stanford C. Hooper 

Rear Admiral Cyrus W. Cole- 
Rear Admiral George C. Day. 



Capt. Hayne Ellis 

Capt. Dudley W. Knox (re- 
tired). 

Capt. Edward J. Marquart... 

Capt. Neil E. Nichols... 

Capt. Andrew C. Pickens 

Capt. Julius C. Townsend 

Rear Admiral Samuel W. 
Bryant. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



The Assistant Secretary of the Navy 

Director of navy yards 

Aide to the Secretary 

Director of naval petroleum and naval oil 

shale reserves. 
Aide to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy. 
Special Assistant to The Secretary of the 

Navy. 
Private secretary to the Assistant Secretary 

of the Navy. 

Chief Clerk „ 

Chief, Appointment Division 

Budget Clerk and Assistant Chief Clerk 

Disbursing Clerk 

Chief, Record Division... — 



Chief of Naval Operations.. 

Assistant Chief of Naval Operations. 



Chief Clerk 

Director of Naval Communications 

Director of Fleet Training Division 

President of the board of inspection and sur- 
vey. 

Director of naval intelligence 

In charge naval records and library 



Director of Material Division 

Director of Naval Districts Division.. 

Director of Central Division 

Director of Ship Movements Division. 
Director of War Plans Division 



Legal residence 



State 



N.Y. 







Va 




Mass 

Ohio 

Va 


12th— 
17th... 


Pa 

Oreg 

Ind 


29th... 
1st.... 
3d 



N.Y. 



Cong, 
dist. 



35th. 



10th. 



Com- 

pensa^ 

tion 



$8, 000 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 
4,600 

2,900 

6,000 
4,800 
4,600 
3,400 
3,200 



( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 

3,200 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 

( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 



1 There is issued annually by the Navy Department, as of Jan. 1, the "Register of Commissioned and 
Warrant Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps." It gives complete information concerning 
the rank, service, place and date of birth, and date of entry into the service of every commissioned and 
warrant officer of the Navy and Marine Corps on both the active and retired lists. Pay tables are included , 
and a name index closes the Register. In addition, there is issued every quarter a Navy Directory which 
lists alphabetically "Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps; also including officers of the 
U.S. Naval Reserve (Active), Marine Corps Reserve (Active), and Foreign Officers Serving With the 
Navy." This Directory gives complete information concerning the organization of the Navy Department 
and of the Naval Establishment, including ships and shore stations. Copies of the Register can be secured 
by purchase, at $1 a copy, from the Superintendent of Public Documents, Washington, D.C., and copies 
of the Directory at 25 cents a copy. 

2 The legal residence of civilian officials and employees only is given. 

3 Pay of rank; see Navy pay tables in appendix. 

51 



52 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Navigation 

Rear Admiral William D. 
Leahy. 

Capt, A. P. Fairfield. 

Edward Henkel 

Capt. D. W. Bagley. 

Capt. C. F. Russell 

Capt. John Downes 

Capt. L. Noyes 

Rear Admiral W. R. Gherardi. 

A. F. Bogue 

Capt. J. F. Hellweg 

J. E. Dickey 

J. Robertson 



Bureau of Ordnance 

Rear Admiral E. B. Larimer.. 

Capt. A. C. Stott 

Frank S. Ray 

Harry M. Klee 



Bureau of Engineering 

Rear Admiral Samuel M. 

Robinson. 

Capt. Harold G. Bowen 

Augustus C. Wrenn.. 

Lt. Comdr. W. A. Corn 

Commander Harry B. Hird... 
Commander Claude A. Jones . 
Capt. Claude A. Bonvillian... 
Commander Stuart A. Mana- 

han. 
Capt. Roscoe C. Davis 



Bureau of Aeronautics 

Rear Admiral Ernest J. King. 

Capt. A. B. Cook 

John B. May 

Commander A. C. Read 

Commander Patrick N. L. 

Bellinger. 
Commander Robert R. Pau- 

nack. 

Capt. E. A. Cobey (S.C.) 

Commander R. D. Weyer- 

bacher (C.C.). 
Commander W. W. Webster 

(C.C.). 
Commander C. A. Pownall... 
Commander Garland Fulton 

(C.C.). 
Lt. Comdr. G. R. Fairlamb, 

Jr. 
Maj. R. S. Geiger, U.S.M.C. 

Bureau of Construction 
and Repair 

Rear Admiral Emory S. Land 

(CO.). 
Capt. William G. DuBose 

(C.C.). 

Henry C. Brunner 

Commander P. C. Lauman 

(CO.). 
Capt. Isaac I. Yates (C.C.).._ 
Capt. Alexander H. Van Keu- 

ren (C.C.). 



Chief of Bureau. 



Assistant to the chief of Bureau 

Chief Clerk 

Director of officer personnel 

Director of enlisted personnel ._ 

Director of naval reserve personnel.. 

Director of training 

Hydrographer 

Chief Clerk, Hydrographic Office. .. 
Superintendent Naval Observatory. 

Chief Clerk, Naval Observatory 

Director Nautical Almanac 



Ohio. 



Wis. 



9th.. 



Pa.... 
Wash. 



29th. 
4th.. 



Chief of Bureau. 

Assistant to the Chief of Bureau. 

Chief administrative officer 

Chief Clerk 



Mass.. 
Pa.— 



9th. 
22d. 



Chief of Bureau. 



Assistant to the Chief of Bureau 

Chief Clerk 

Budget officer 

Personnel officer (naval) 

Head of Design and Construction Division 
Head of Operation and Maintenance Division- 
Head of Radio and Sound Division ._ 



N.Y— 



22d 



General inspector of machinery. 



Chief of Bureau.. 

Assistant Chief of Bureau -.. 

Chief clerk 

Head of Administration Division- 
Head of Plans Division 



D.C. 



Head of Flight Division 

Head of Financial Division- 
Head of Material Division- 



Head of airplane design section 

Head of power plant design section. 
Head of lighter-than-air section 



Head of maintenance procurement section. 
Head of Marine Corps Aviation Division. 



Chief of Bureau. 



Assistant to the Chief of Bureau. 



Chief Clerk 

Chief of Contract Division. 



Md. 



6th..._ 



Chief of Maintenance Division- 
Chief of Design Division 



Pay of rank; see Navy pay tables in appendix. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES. 1933 



53 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 



Bureau of Yards and Docks 

Rear Admiral Archibald L. 

Parsons (C.E.C.). 
Capt. George A. McKay 

(C.E.C.) 

Edward W. Whitehorne 

Capt. Carl A. Carlson 

cC p oi 
Capt." Walter H. Allen 

(C EC) 
Capt." Glenn S. Burrell 

(C.E.C). 
Lieut. Commander Paul J. 

Searles (C.E.C). 
Lieut. Commander Robert E. 

Thomas (C.E.C). 
Lieut. Commander Wm. H. 

Smith (C.E.C). 
Lieut. Commander Ben 

Moreell (C.E.C). 
Lieut. Commander Raymond 

V. Miller (C.E.C). 
Lieut. Commander Carl H. 

Cotter (C.E.C). 
Lieut. Wm. O. Hiltabidle, Jr. 

(C.E.C). 
Louis W. Bates 

Edward C Sherman 

Frederic W. Southworth 

William M. Smith 

Edgar H. May 

Bureau of Supplies and 
Accounts 

Rear Admiral Christian Joy 

Peoples (S.C). 
Capt. Edward T. Hoopes 

(S.C). 

Clyde Reed 

Kirk Holmes 

Bureau of Medicine and 
Surgery 

Rear Admiral Perceval S. 

Rossiter (M.C). 
Capt. Owen J. Mink (M.C).. 
William S. Douglass 

U.S. Marine Corps 

Maj. Gen. Ben H. Fuller 

Brig. Gen. John H. Russell... 
Charles A. Ketcham 

Brig. Gen. Rufus H. Lane 

Charles L. Snell 

Brig. Gen. Hugh Matthews... 
James W. Burrows 

Brig. Gen. George Richards... 

Spmuel F. Birthright 

Col. Douglas C McDougal... 

Office of the Judge Advocate 
General 

Rear Admiral O. G. Murfin... 
Capt. W. B. Woodson.. 

Lieut. Comdr. C F. Martin.. 
Lieut. Comdr. C. J. Parrish... 

(Vacancy) 

George Melling 

* Pay of rank; see Navy pay 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief of Bureau 

Assistant to the Chief of Bureau. 



Chief Clerk 

Procurement planning. 



Design manager 

Ordnance stations structures 

Fleet, yard, and base facilities structures . 

Aviation station structures 

Assistant design manager. 



Assistant design manager (second drafting 

room). 
Procurement planning 



Special duty. 
Special duty. 



Power plant, electrical, and heating struc- 
tures. 

Marine Corps, radio and fuel structures 

Hospitals and naval personnel buildings, 
structures. 

Head of Maintenance and Operating Division. 

Head of Contract Division 



Paymaster General of the Navy and Chief of 

Bureau. 
Assistant to the Chief of Bureau 



Special assistant- 
Civilian assistant. 



Surgeon General of the Navy and Chief of 
Bureau. 

Assistant to the Bureau 

Chief Clerk 



Major General Commandant 

Assistant to Major General Commandant... 

Special assistant to Major General Comman- 
dant. 

Adjutant and inspector 

Chief Clerk, offices of Major General Com- 
mandant and adjutant and inspector. 

The Quartermaster- 

Special assistant to the quartermaster 

The paymaster 

Chief clerk, paymaster's department... 

Director of operations and training 



the 



Judge Advocate General of the Navy 

Assistant Judge Advocate General of 

Navy. 

Chief of Courts and Boards Division. 

Chief of the Administrative, Admiralty, and 

International Law Division. 
Chief of the Contract and Real-Estate 

Division 
Consulting attorney 

tables in appendix. 



Legal residence 



Va. 



N.Y.... 



Md. 

Md. 



Pa.... 

Minn. 



Vt. 



Md. 



D.C 



D.C 

n"c 



D.C 



Cong, 
dist. 



5th... 



13th. 
14th. 



6th.. 
6th.. 



1st... 



5th.... 



7th.„. 



54 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Naval Establishment 










Navy Yard, Washington, 
D.C. 










Rear Admiral H. V. Butler.. . 


Commandant 






( 3 ) 




Chief Clerk.. 


D.C... 




$3,200 


U.S. Naval Academy, 
Annapolis, Md. 








Rear Admiral T. C.Hart 








( 3 ) 
3,600 


Charles Schlegel 


Chief Clerk 


Md 


2d 


First Naval District, 
Boston, Mass. 










Rear Admiral H. H. Hough. . 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 

Boston, Mass. 
Chief Clerk, First Naval District... 






( 3 ) 
2,800 


Edward W. Curtis.-. 


Mass 

Mass 


10th... 
12th... 


Patrick F. Walsh 


Chief Clerk, navy yard 


3,400 


Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N.H. 










Rear Admiral C. S. KempfL. 








( 3 ) 


Denis L. Long 


Chief Clerk 


N.H 


1st 


2,700 


Naval War College, Newport, 
R.I. 








Rear Admiral L. McNamee.. 








( 3 ) 
3,400 


George D. Congdon 


Chief Clerk 


R.I 


1st 


Third Naval District, New 
York, N.Y. 










Rear Admiral Y. Stirling, Jr.. 
Lester S. Gray 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 

New York, N.Y. 
Chief Clerk, Third Naval District 






( 3 ) 
3,300 


N.Y.... 
N.Y 


9th.... 
1st 


James H. West 


Chief Clerk, navy yard 


3,600 


Fourth Naval District. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 










Rear Admiral A. J. Hepburn- 
Henry G. Harris 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Chief Clerk, Fourth Naval District 






( 3 ) 
3,200 


Pa 

Pa 


8th.... 
1st 


Lewis W. Griest 


Chief Clerk, navy yard . 


3,600 


Fifth Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
Norfolk, Va. 










Rear Admiral A. L. Willard 


Commandant of district and Naval Oper- 
ating Base, Norfolk, Va. 
Chief Clerk 






( 3 ) 
3,600 


James H. McCuen 


Va 




Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. 










Rear Admiral A. St.C. Smith- 


Commandant 






( 3 ) 


John B. Fay, Jr.. 


Chief Clerk 


Va 




2,900 


Sixth Naval District, 
Charleston, S.C. 








Rear Admiral J. J. Raby 

William M. Sanders 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 
Charleston, S.C; also Commandant, 
Seventh and Eighth Naval Districts. 






( 3 ) 
3,300- 


S.C 


1st 


Seventh Naval District 
(under Commandant Sixth 
Naval District) 










Eighth Naval District 
(under Commandant Sixth 
Naval District) 











8 Pay of rank; see Navy pay tables in appendix. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



55 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 
Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Naval Establishment— Con. 


• 








Ninth Naval District, 
Great Lakes, III. 










Rear Admiral W. T. Cluver- 


Commandant of district and commanding 

Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, 111. 
Chief Clerk, Ninth Naval District. 






(3) 


ius. 
William R. Hallowell 


111 


10th... 


$2,900 


Eleventh Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
San Diego, Calif. 






Rear Admiral W. T. Tarrant 


Commandant of district and Naval Operating 

Base, San Diego, Calif. 
Chief Clerk 






( 3 ) 
3,300 


Allan H. Robinson.. 


Calif.... 


20th... 


Twelfth Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
San Francisco, Calif. 




Rear Admiral G. W. Laws. 


Commandant of district and Naval Operating 

Base, San Francisco, Calif. 
Chief Clerk, Twelfth Naval District 






( 3 ) 


Mrs. Georgia A. Elster 


Calif.... 
Calif 


5th_._. 
3d 


3,300 


John H. Diamond 


Chief Clerk, navy yard 


3,600 


Thirteenth Naval District, 
Seattle, Wash. 










Rear Admiral E. H. Campbell 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 
Puget Sound, Wash. 

Chief Clerk, Thirteenth Naval District 

Chief Clerk, navy yard 






( 3 ) 
3,300 


Wash... 
Wash... 


1st.... 
1st 


Frederick G. Forbes 


3,600 


Fourteenth Naval Dis- 
trict, Naval Operating 
Base, Pearl Harbor, T.H. 










Rear Admiral H. E. Yarnell— 


Commandant of district and Naval Operating 
Base and Navy Yard, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. 
Chief Clerk, navy yard 






3,400 


Herbert L. Thompson 


Calif 


3d 


Fifteenth Naval District, 
Balboa, C.Z. 










Rear Admiral W. S. Crosley.. 


Commandant, Canal Zone 






( 3 ) 


Miss Dorothy Gray... ._ 


Chief Clerk 


C.Z 




2,700 


Sixteenth Naval District, 
Navy Yard, Cavite, P.I. 










Capt. C. E. Courtney 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 

Cavite, P.I. 
Supervising Clerk 






( 3 ) 


George L. Logan 


Ark 


.7th.._. 


2,500 


Naval Station, Olongapo, P.l. 










Commander H. G. Cooper, Jr. 


Captain of yard, commanding 






( 8 ) 


Naval Station, Guam 










Capt. G. A. Alexander 


Governor and commandant 






( 3 ) 


Antanasio T. Perez . 


Chief Clerk 


Guam... 




4 6. 02 


Naval Station, Tutuila, 
American Samoa 










Capt. G. B. Landenberger 


Governor ana commandant 






( 3 ) 


Edward C. Johnson 


Secretarv to commandant 


Va._. 




4,700 


Naval Station, Guanta- 
namo Bay, Cuba 










Comdr. E. C. Raquet 








( 3 ) 


Paul L. Barrett 


Chief Clerk.. . 


N.Y.— 


42d—_ 


2,800 









3 Pay of rank; see Navy pay tables in appendix. 
* Per diem. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 



SECRETARY 

HAROLD L. ICKES, OF ILLINOIS 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Office of the Secretary 
Theodore A. Walters 


First Assistant Secretary 


Idaho... 

Colo 

N.Y 

S.C 

Pa. 

N.Y 

D.C 


1st.... 

1st 

14th... 
4th.... 
16th.„ 
25th... 


$8,000 


Oscar L. Chapman 


Assistant Secretary., 


8,000 


Nathan R. Margold 


Solicitor 


8,000 






8,000 
8,000 
6,500 


Ebert K. Burlew 


Administrative Assistant to the Secretary 

Director of Investigations 




Stuart Godwin 


Director of Information 


5,600 


Floyd E. Dotson 


Acting Chief Clerk 

Supervisor of Classification 


W.Va... 

Tex 

Pa 

Maine.. 

D.C 


6th.___ 
4th.— 
26th... 
3d 


3,000 


John Harvey 


4,800 


Roy F. Lassly 


Chief Disbursing Clerk 


1 2, 800 


Mrs. J. Atwood Maulding 

Walter B. Fry 


Chief, Division of Appointments, Mails, and 

Files. 
Purchasing Officer 


3,600 
4,600 


Subsistence Homestead Division 
Milburn L. Wilson 


Director 


Mont 




(3) 


Clarence E. Pickett 


Chief of section on stranded industrial and 

mining groups. 
Chief Clerk . 






Howard M. Gillman, Jr 


D.C 




4,000 


Charlotte S. Smith 




111 




3,000 
7,500 


Soil Erosion Service 
Hugh H. Bennett 




N.C.... 




General Land Office 
Fred W. Johnson 




Wyo.... 

N.Mex.. 


AtL.. 


8,000 


Mrs. Antoinette Funk 




6,500 


Charles A. Obenchain 




Ill 

Minn... 
Hawaii . 

Ohio 

Idaho. .. 

Ga 

N.Y 

Nev 

La 

D.C. .. 


19th... 

5th.... 

13th... 
1st 

4th._._ 
6th..__ 
AtL.. 
8th.... 


5,600 


Chiefs of Divisions 
Elmer I. Baldwin 


Chief of Posting and Tract Book Division 

Chief of Indian lands and Miscellaneous 

Division. 
Chief of Accounts Division 


3,400 


Walter S. Binley 


3,200 


Clarence L. Bullion 


3,400 




Chief of Reclamation and Land Grant Divi- 
sion. 


3,200 

3,200 
3,200 


Perry L. Keefer 


Ralph S. Clinton 




Clinton G. Tudor 




4,600 


Augustus Zannelli 


Chief of Homestead Division 


3,400 






3,100 
5,600 


Cadastral Engineering Service 
(Field) 

Frank M. Johnson 


Supervisor of Surveys, Denver, Colo 


Wyo.... 
Ind 

Minn... 

Kans 

Nev 

Wyo— . 
Pa 

Oreg 

Va 


AtL.. 
5th.... 

3d 

2d 

At L_. 
AtL.. 
4th.... 

1st.... 

6th..__ 


Arthur D. Kidder 


Associate Supervisor of Surveys, Denver, Colo. 

District cadastral engineer, Santa Fe, N.Mex. 

District cadastral engineer, Helena, Mont 

District cadastral engineer, Glendale, Calif... 

District cadastral engineer, Denver, Colo 

District cadastral engineer, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
District cadastral engineer, Portland, Oreg— 
District cadastral engineer, Boise, Idaho 


4,800 

4,800 
4,800 
4,800 


District Cadastral Engineers 
Guy P. Harrington 


J. Scott Harrison 


Albert C. Horton, Jr . 


Herman Jaeckel 


4,800 


George D. D. Kirkpatrick 

Ernest P. Rands 


4,800 

4,800 
4,800 


John P. Walker 



1 Additional $1,000 per annum from Capitol roll. 

J Detailed from Department of Agriculture. 

* Compensation, $20 paid when actually engaged. 

56 



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57 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



General Land Office— Con. 
Cadastral Engineer in Charge 
(Vacancy) -. 



Cadastral engineer in charge, Juneau, Alaska. 



Office Cadastral Engineers 
Russell K. Allen 



John D. Adams 

Howard H. Snelgrove. 



(Vacancy) 

Alan R. McCord- 
Henry J. Goodale. 

( Vacancy) 

Joel Q. Naret 

(Vacancy) 

Joseph A. Ganong. 



Administrative cadastral engineer, Denver, 

Colo. 

Office cadastral engineer, Glendale, Calif 

Office cadastral engineer, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
Office cadastral engineer, Santa Fe, N.Mex.. 

Office cadastral engineer, Boise, Idaho 

Office cadastral engineer, Helena, Mont 

Office cadastral engineer, Olympia, Wash... 
Office cadastral engineer, Cheyenne, Wyo... 

Office cadastral engineer, Reno, Nev 

Office cadastral engineer, Portland, Oreg 



Registers, District Land Offices 



J. Lindley Green .. 

N. H. Castle 

Thcmas D. Jensen 

Henry A. Morgan 

John R. White 

John C. Ing.. 

Mrs. Jessie M. Gardner. 
Albert G. Stubblefield.. 

Ezra P. Monson 

William Ashley 

Harry W. Hill 

Murdock D. Nicholson . 
Miss Clara M. Crisler... 

Vincent B. May 

M. F. Miera 

Chris Bertsch 

Frank P. Light 

Hamill A. Canaday 

Wm. F. Jackson 

Guy F. Barnes 

Thos. F. Thomas __ 

Arthur W. Doland 

John I. Kirby 

Mart T. Christensen 

Joseph T. Booth 



Receivers, District Land Offices 



M. O. Carlson... 
Charles D. Jones. 



Office of Indian Affairs 



John Collier 

Wm. Zimmerman, Jr. 
Benjamin S. Garber.. 
Robert T. Lansdale.. 
Arthur C. Monahan. 

Fred H. Daiker 

C. Norris Millington. 
John R. T. Reeves... 
Samuel M. Dodd, Jr. 

E. J. Armstrong 

W. Carson Ryan, Jr.. 
Miss Mary Stewart.. 
A. C. Cooley 



H. W. Shipe 

Dr. Marshall C. Guthrie. 
Dr. Lawrence W. White. 



Register, 
Register 
Register 
Register, 
Register. 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 
Register, 



Anchorage, Alaska 

(ex officio), Fairbanks, Alaska. 

(ex officio), Nome, Alaska 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Sacramento, Calif.. 

Denver, Colo 

Pueblo, Colo 

Black.oot, Idaho... 

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 

Billings, Mont 

Great Falls, Mont 

Carson City, Nev 

Las Cruces, N.Mex 

Santa Fe, N.Mex 

Bismarck, N.Dak 

Lakeview, Oreg 

Roseburg, Oreg 

The Dalles, Oreg 

Pierre, S.Dak 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Spokane, Wash 

Buffalo, Wyo 

Cheyenne, Wyo 

Evanston, Wyo 



Receiver (ex officio), Fairbanks, Alaska. 
Receiver (ex officio), Nome, Alaska 



Commissioner of Indian Affairs 

Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 

Chief Clerk 

Assistant to the Commissioner 



.do. 



Junior Assistant to the Commissioner 

Private Secretary to Commissioner 

Chief Counsel 

Chief Finance Officer 

Assistant Finance Officer 

Director of Education... 

Assistant Director of Education 

Director of Agriculture, Extension, and In- 
dustries. 
Assistant to Director of Agriculture, Exten- 
sion, and Industries. 

Director of Health 

Assistant to Director of Health 



4 Fees and commissions. 

5 $1,000 and fees and commissions. 

6 Detailed from Public Health Service. 

10143—33 5 



Colo... 



Ariz 

Utah... 



2d.... 
AtL. 



N.Mex. 
Mont.. 



AtL. 
1st... 



Colo... 
Oreg... 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 

Ariz 

Calif... 
Calh... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 
Mont.. 
Mont.. 

Nev 

N.Mex. 
N.Mex. 
N.Dak. 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
S.Dak. 
Utah... 
Wash.. 
Wyo... 
Wyo... 
Wyo... 



lst... 
1st."" 



AtL. 
11th.. 
3d.... 
1st... 
3d.... 
2d.... 
1st— 
2d— _ 
2d— 
AtL. 
AtL. 
AtL. 



3d.... 
1st-- 
2d.... 
2d... . 
2d..._ 
5th... 
AtL. 
At L. 
AtL. 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Calif. 
111.... 

Va... 
N.J.. 
Mass. 
D.C.. 
N.Y_ 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Md.. 
Pa... 
Ohio. 
Utah. 

Pa... 



10th- 
10th. 
9th- 



N.C. 
Tex. 



1st.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
5th.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
1st.. 



16th.. 



6th- 
3d... 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Office of Indian Affairs— Con. 
Robert Marshall 


Director of Forestry, at large 


N.Y..... 

Oreg 

Mich 


15th... 
2d 


$5, 600 






4,200 


Albert L. Wathen . 




5,600 




Chief, Fiscal Division- ... 


Ala 

S.Dak... 
Fla 

Okla.... 

Md 

Calif. . 


9th— 

3d 

3d 

2d 

1st 


3,800 


Paul L. Hallam. 


Acting Chief, Probate Division 


3,000 


William A. Marschalk 


Chief, Land Division 


3,800 


Indian Field Service 
Peyton Carter. 


Superintendent of Indian schools, at large 

do 


4,600 


E. H. Hammond 


4,600 


John H. Hoist 




4,600 


Carl M. Moore -. 


Supervisor of Indian education, at large 

. do... 


Mo... 




4,600 




Tenn 




4,600 




Supervisor of elementary education, at large.. 

Supervisor of home economics, at large 

Supervisor of trade and industrial training, 

at large. 
Associate supervisor of industrial training 


Mont 




4,600 




N.Dak.. 




4,600 


James Arentsen 


Tenn — 


6th— . 


4,600 


J. Norman Spawn r 


3,800 


Paul W. Gordon.. 


Director of Education for Alaska, Juneau, 

Alaska. 
Director, Alaska Medical Service, Juneau, 

Alaska. 






4,600 


Dr. Frank S. Fellows 






( 6 ) 


D. E. Thomas 


D.C 




3,000 




District superintendent of schools, south- 
eastern district, and assistant to the director 
of education for Alaska, Juneau, Alaska. 






3,800 


Lester M. Holt . 


Wis 




4,600 


Wilbur S. Hanna.. 


do 


Mont . . . 




4,600 


Charles A. Engle .. 


do 

. do 


Calif... 




4,600 




Idaho... 
Colo 




4,600 


John F. Truesdell 




4,000 


Walter S. Stevens 




111 


20th- . 


4, 800 


J. E. Faris 




( 6 ) 


F. C. Cady 








( 6 ) 


E. M. Holt 


Chief pharmacist and assistant to hospital 
administrator. 






f>) 


C. H. Waring . . 






( 6 ) 




do 






( 6 ) 




do... . 






( b ) 


J. F. Worley.. . 


..do 






( 8 ) 


L. R. White 








( 6 ) 


Elinor D. Gregg. . 




S.Dak... 




3,700 




Special attorney for Pueblo Indians 

Chief Supervisor of Construction, at large 

Assistant Director of Forestry, at large 

Chief special officer 






3,200 


David C. Trott 


Pa 

Wis 


33d— 


5,000 


Lee Muck... 


5,000 


Louis C. Mueller . 


Oreg 

Mass 


2d 

13th... 


3,200 


Ernest R. Burton.. ... 


Director of Employment- . 


4,600 


Mrs. Henrietta K. Burton . 


Supervisor of extension work, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
do 


4,600 


Ralph S. Bristol 


Idaho... 
Idaho... 

Kans 

Kans ... 


2d 

1st 

2d 


3,400 


John T. Montgomery 


do 


4,000 


Clyde M. Blair 


Superintendent, Albuquerque, N.Mex 


4,800 


Sharon R. Mote 


3,000 


Forrest R. Stone. . 








3,800 


Harry R. Hummer 




S.Dak... 

Nev 


1st 


3,600 


Frederic Snvder 




3,700 


Edward B. Dale . 


Superintendent, Fort Wingate, N.Mex 


Calif 




3,800 


Ross L. Spalsbury 






4,600 


Leo S. Bonnin 




Okla.... 
Okla.... 


2d 


3,300 


Walter F. Dickens. 


Superintendent, Cheyenne Agency, S.Dak.. 
Superintendent, Chilocco, Okla 


3,600 


L. E. Correll 


Okla 




4,200 


Archie C. Hector 




Pa 

Mont... 

Okla 


28th... 
2d 


3,000 


Dr. Ira D. Nelson 


Superintendent and physician, Claremore, 

Okla. 
Superintendent, Plummer, Idaho .. 


3,500 


Arthur G. Wilson 


3,200 


Clyde H. Gensler. 


Superintendent, Parker, Ariz 


S.Dak... 
Mo 


3d 

4th— 


3,200 


Harvey K. Meyer 




3,300 


Mark L. Burns 




3,800 


Donald H. Wattson 


Superintendent, Ignacio, Colo .. 


S.Dak... 
N.Dak. 


3d 


3,200 


James H. Hyde 


Superintendent, Crow Agency, Mont 

Superintendent, Fort Thompson, S.Dak 

Superintendent, Muskogee, Okla 


3,800 


Herman E. Wright 


S.Dak... 

N.Y 


1st 


3,000 


Adrian M. Landman 


5,600 


Byron J. Brophy 


Superintendent, Flandreau, S.Dak.. 






4,600 


Charles E. Coe 


Superintendent, Dixon, Mont 


Kans 


3d 


3,600 



6 Detailed from Public Health Service. 



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59 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Office of Indian Affairs— Con. 

Indian Field Se-vice— Con. 

William Donner 

Luman W. ShotwelL. 

Halle D. McCullough 

Fred A. Gross 

Christian H. Koentz 

Chester L. Walker.. 

Orrin C. Gray 

Herbert B. Jolley... 

Herman Bogard 

(Vacancy) 

Owen M. Bogsess 

Edgar K. Miller 

Charles L. Graves 

E. A. Farrow.. 

Robt. J. Enochs 

William R. Beyer 

Walter B. McCown 

(Vacancy) 

Louis C. Baumgarten 

John W. Elder. 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy) 

Percy W. Danielson 

Charles L. Ellis 

Frank Christy 

John G. Hunter 

William K. Harrison 

Daniel E. Murphy 

(Vacancy) 

Carl H. Skinner 

Arthur J. Wheeler 

Herbert C. Calhoun 

Albert H. Kneale 

James H. McGregor 

James W. Balmer 

Samuel F. Stacher 

Hervey A. Andrews... 

Rasonond E. Staley. 

Jesse C. Cavill 

Earl Woolridge 

William O. Roberts. 

Jacob Breid 

Oscar H. Lipps 

James T. Ryan 

James B. Kitch 

Ernest R. McCray 

Chester E. Faris... 

William L. Fahey 

James L Glenn 

Jasper W. Elliott... 

Charles Eggers 

David W. Gillidc 

Donald H. Biery 

Reuben P. Haas 

William C. Willahan... 

Lemuel A. Towers 

(Vacancy) 

John N. Alley 

Nels O. Nicholson 

Homer L. Morrison 

Willard R. Centerwall... 

Guy Hobgood 

Oscar C. Upchurch 

Francis J. Scott 

Lewis W. Page 

Omar L. Babcock 

Carl Stevens... 

Ray R. Parrett 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Superintendent, Whiteriver, Ariz 

Superintendent, Harlem, Mont 

Superintendent, Elbowoods, N.Dak 

Superintendent, Fort Hall, Idaho 

Superintendent and physician, Lapwai, 

Idaho. 

Superintendent, Poplar, Mont 

Superintendent, Fort Totten, N.Dak 

Superintendent, Yuma, Ariz 

Superintendent, Genoa, Nebr 

Superintendent, Lawrence, Kans 

Superintendent, Eureka, Calif 

Superintendent, Keams Canyon, Ariz 

Superintendent, Dulce, N.Mex 

Superintendent and physician, Cedar City, 

Utah. 
Superintendent and physician, Kayenta, 

Ariz. 

Superintendent, Keshena, Wis 

Superintendent, Anadarko, Okla 

Superintendent, Klamath Agency, Oreg 

Lac du Flambeau, Wis 

and physician, Laguna, 



Superintendent 
Superintendent 

N.Mex 
Superintendent 



Leupp, Ariz 

Manager, Neopit, Wis 

Superintendent, Mescalero, N.Mex 

Superintendent, Riverside, Calif 

Superintendent, Mount Pleasant, Mich 

Superintendent, Fort Defiance, Ariz 

Special agent in charge, Salamanca, N.Y 

Superintendent, Pawhuska, Okla... 

Superintendent, Pawnee, Okla 

Superintendent, Phoenix, Ariz 

Superintendent and physician, Phoenix, Ariz. 

Superintendent, Pierre, S.Dak 

Superintendent, Sacaton, Ariz 

Superintendent, Pine Ridge, S.Dak 

Superintendent, Pipestone, Minn... 

Superintendent, Crown Point, N.Mex 

Superintendent, Miami, Okla 

Superintendent, Rapid City, S.Dak . 

Superintendent, Red Lake, Minn 

Superintendent, Rocky Boy, Mont 

Superintendent, Rosebud, S.Dak 

Superintendent and physician, Toledo, Iowa. 

Superintendent, Sacramento, Calif 

Superintendent, Chemawa, Oreg 

Superintendent, San Carlos, Ariz 

Superintendent, Shiprock, N.Mex 

Superintendent, Santa Fe, N.Mex 

Superintendent and physician, Tucson, Ariz.. 

Financial clerk in charge, Dania, Fla 

Superintendent, Sells, Ariz 

Superintendent, Shawnee, Okla 

Superintendent and physician, Shawnee, 

Okla. 

Superintendent, Riverside, Calif 

Superintendent, Fort Washakie, Wyo 

Superintendent, Sisseton, S.Dak 

Superintendent, Albuquerque, N.Mex 

Superintendent, Fort Yates, N.Dak 

Superintendent and physician, Tacoma, 

Wash. 

Superintendent, Hoquiam, Wash 

Superintendent, Tomah, Wis 

Superintendent, Lame Deer, Mont 

Superintendent, Valentine, Ariz 

Superintendent, Tulalip, Wash 

Superintendent, Belcourt, N.Dak 

Superintendent, Fort Duchesne, Utah 

Superintendent, Pendleton, Oreg 

Superintendent, Wahpeton, N.Dak 

Superintendent, Schurz, Nev , 



Legal residence 



State 



Minn. 

Ill 

S.Dak. 
Nebr.. 
Kans.. 



N.Dak. 
Calif... 

Ariz 

Wis.... 



Minn.. 
Mo.... 
S.Dak. 
Calif... 

Utah... 



N.Dak. 
Okla... 



Wis.... 
N.Mex. 



S.Dak.. 
Calif... 
N.Dak. 

Ariz 

N.Y... 
Mass... 



Nebr... 

Ariz 

Okla... 
N.Y__. 
S.Dak. 
Minn.. 
N.Mex. 
Kans... 

Va 

Mich.. 
Idaho. . 
S.Dak.. 

Mo 

Idaho.. 
Miss... 

Ariz 

Ariz 

Wyo... 
N.Y._. 

Fla 

N.Mex. 
Minn.. 
Mo 



Calif.. 
Okla.. 
Nebr.. 
Wyo.. 



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Wash. 
Ind... 
Mont. 
Ariz— 
S.Dak. 
Mich— 
Nebr.. 
Oreg.. 
Ind... 
Mo... 



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dist. 



10th. 
3d"". 



2d.... 
AtL. 



2d.... 
8th... 
3d.... 
12th.. 



2d. 



At L. 



2d. 



AtL. 

ist."! 



39th. 



10th.. 
AtL. 



2d_. 
1st. 
5th. 



AtL. 
At L. 
AtL. 



6th.. 
2d... 
10th. 



11th.. 
8th... 
5th... 
5th... 



5th. 



1st.. 
1st.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



7th. 
3d.. 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Office of Indian Affairs— Con. 

Indian Field Service— Con. 

Fred E. Perkins 

Thomas G. Snoddy... 

John E. Balmer 

Emmett E. McNeilly 

Henry M. Tidwell 

Claude R. Whitlock 

George A. Trotter 

Wallace Lewis 

Harry W. Camp _. 

M. Eleanor Allen 

Orlando A. Wright 

Mary Morley 

Ora Padgett 

Jack Brown 

Minta R. Foreman 

William E. Van Cleave 

District Superintendents of 
Schools in Alaska 

Charles W. Hawkesworth 



Arthur H. Miller 

N. L. Troast 

(Vacancy) 

George A. Morlander. 
Leigh E. Robinson 



Physicians in Charge of 
Hospitals 



Morton Myers 

R. Edward Smith... 
Alfred L. Burgdorf.. 
W. J. B. McAuliffe. 
(Vacancy) 



Office of Education 



George F. Zook 

Bess Goodykoontz. 
Lewis A. Kalbach.. 



Chiefs of Divisions 
Frederick J. Kelly 



Walter S. Deffenbaugh.. 

James F. Abel 

Mrs. Katherine M. Cook. 

Emery M. Foster 

William D. Boutwell 

Sabra W. Vought 

Lewis R. Alderman 



Geological Survey 



W. C. Mendenhall- 

Julian D. Sears 

Ronne C. Shelse 

Claude H. Birdseye. 

B. H. Lane 

G. E. Mitchell 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Superintendent, 
Superintendent 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent. 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent 
Okla. 



Warmsprings, Oreg 

and physician, Nixon, Nev. 

Tuba City, Ariz . 

Owyhee, Nev.. 

Winnebago, Nebr. 

Toppenish, Wash 

Blackrock, N.Mex 

St. Louis, Mo 

San Francisco, Calif 

Ardmore, Okla 

Sapulpa, Okla 

Eufaula, Okla 

Hartshorne, Okla 

Tahlequah, Okla 

Millerton, Okla 

and physician, Talihina, 



Superintendent of schools, southeastern dis- 
trict, Juneau, Alaska (also assistant to the 
director of education for Alaska). 

Superintendent of schools, central district, 
Anchorage, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, southwestern dis- 
trict, Juneau, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, western district, 
Akiak, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, northwestern dis- 
trict, Kotzebue, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, Seward Penin- 
sula, Nome, Alaska. 



Physician, Akiak, Alaska 

Physician, Kotzebue, Alaska. .. 
Physician, Kanakanak, Alaska- 
Physician, Juneau, Alaska 

Physician, Tanana, Alaska 



Commissioner of Education. 

Assistant commissioner 

Chief clerk... 



Chief, division of collegiate-professional edu- 
cation. 
Chief, Division of American School Systems.. 
Chief, Division of Foreign School Systems. .. 

Chief, Division of Special Problems 

Chief, Division of Statistics 

Chief, Editorial Division. 

Chief, Library Division. 

Chief, Service Division 



Director 

Administrative geologist 

Chief Clerk 

Chief, Engraving and Printing. 

Editor 

Librarian 



Ark... 
Mich.. 

Ill 

Okla.. 
S.Dak. 
Iowa.. 
Mo... 
S.Dak. 
Okla.. 
Okla.. 
Okla.. 



Okla... 
Okla... 
Ind.... 



Alaska. 



Alaska. 



Alaska. 
Wash.. 



Wash. 
Wash. 
Wash. 
Ky_... 



Ohio.. 
Iowa.. 
Pa.... 



Idaho . 

W.Va. 
Nev... 
Colo.. 
N.Y.. 
D.C... 
Pa..- 
Oreg.. 



Ohio. 
Md.. 
D.C 
Ohio. 
Mass. 
D.C.. 



Cong, 
dist. 



5th- 
23d" 



10th. 
2dV/. 



2d. 



2d.. 
2d.. 
9th. 



14th.. 
4th... 
14th.. 



1st... 

1st... 
At L. 
1st... 
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23d... 
1st... 



18th. 
4th.. 



13th. 



7 With quarters. 

8 With quarte/s and subsistence. 
'■' Serves without compensation. 



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61 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Geological Survey— Con 

Geologic Branch 

T. W. Stanton 

J. B. Reeside, Jr. 

G. F. Loughlin 

George R. Mansfield 

W. C. Alden 

L. W. Stephenson 

E. F. Burchard 

H. D. Miser 

Thomas B. Jaggar, Jr 

R. C. Wells 

C.S.Ross 

Topographic Branch 

J. G. Staack 

Albert Pike 

Glenn S. Smith 

H. H. Hodgeson 

R. M.Wilson 

W. M. Beaman.. 

J. H. Wheat 

Alaskan Branch 

Philip S. Smith 

Conservation Branch 

Herman Stabler 

J. D. Northrop 

J. F. Deeds 

B. E. Jones 

H. I. Smith.. 

H. B. Soyster 

J. M. Alden 

R. H. Allport.. 

J. J. Bourquin 

H. J. Duncan 

B. W. Dyer 

W. W. Fleming 

R. C. Patterson 

C. F. Williams 

Water Resources Branch 

N. C. Grover 

C. G. Paulsen 

O. E. Meinzer. 

W. D. Collins- 

A. H. Horton 

R. W. Davenport 

C. L. Batchelder 

H. C. Beckman 

B. L. Bigwood 

E. D. Burchard 

G. H. Canfield 

MaxH. Carson 

Lynn Crandall. 

W. E. Dickinson 

J. J. Dirzulaitis 

F. C. Ebert.. 

C. E. Ellsworth 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief Geologist 

Geologist in charge, paleontology and stratig- 
raphy. 

Geologist in charge, metalliferous deposits.. 

Geologist in charge, areal and nonmetallif- 
erous geology. 

Geologist in charge, glacial geology 

Geologist in charge, coastal plain investiga- 
tions. 

Geologist in charge, geology of iron and steel 
metals. 

Geologist in charge, geology of fuels 

Volcanologist in charge, section of volcanology. 

Chemist in charge, chemistry and physics 

Geologist in charge, petrology.. 

Chief Topographic Engineer 

Engineer in charge, Atlantic division... 

Engineer in charge, Central division 

Engineer in charge, Pacific division 

Acting Chief, computing section 

Chief, section of inspection and editing 

Chief, map information office and section of 
photographic mapping. 

Chief Alaskan Geologist 

Chief classification engineer 

Chief, mineral classification division.. 

Chief, agricultural division.. 

Chief, power division 

Chief, mining division 

Chief, oil and gas leasing division 

Supervisor, oil and geologic operations, mid- 
continent district, Tulsa, Okla. 

District mining supervisor, Billings, Mont.. 

District mining supervisor, Denver, Colo... 

Supervisor, Rocky Mountain district, Casper. 
Wyo. 

District mining supervisor, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

District mining supervisor, McAlester, Okla.. 

Supervisor, oil and geologic operations, Pacific 
district, Taft, Calif. 

District mining supervisor, Miami, Okla 



Chief Hydraulic Engineer 

Hydraulic Engineer in Charge, Division of 

Surface Water. 
Geologist in Charge, Division of Ground 

Water. 
Chemist in Charge, Division of Quality of 

Water. 
Hydraulic Engineer in Charge, Division of 

Power Resources. 
Hydraulic Engineer in Charge, Division of 

Water Utilization. 

District engineer, St. Paul, Minn 

District engineer, Rolla, Mo 

District engineer, Hartford, Conn 

District engineer, Asheville, N.C 

District engineer, Portland, Oreg 

District engineer, Honolulu, T.fi 

District engineer, Idaho Falls, Idaho 

District engineer, Tucson, Ariz 

District engineer, Charlottesville, Va.. 

Engineer in charge, Los Angeles, Calif 

District engineer, Austin, Tex 



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Colo.... 
Md 


1st.... 
4th.... 


Mass.— 
111 


5th.... 
9th.... 


DC... . 




Ohio.... 


16th... 


Ill 


9th.... 


Ark 

nawaii.. 
N.Y.— 
111 


3d 

~30th— 
19th... 


Wis 

Ark 

N.Y.... 
S.Dak... 
Oreg — 

Vt 

D.C.— . 


3d 

5th.... 
10th— 

2d 

2d 

1st.... 



Mass. 



Md 

N.Y 

D.C 


6th— 
35th... 


Pa 

Colo..-. 

Cftlif - 


25th... 
1st.— 


Calif.... 

Tex 

W.Va... 
Tex 


7th— 

14th... 
1st 


Mont.— 

Okla— 
Calif— 


1st 

3d 

9th—- 



Ohio. 



N.J 


9th.„. 


Idaho. .. 


2d 


111 


2q 


Ind 


6th— 


N.Y 


43d— . 


Mass 


3d 


Mass 


5th— 


111 


6th— 


Vt 


1st 


Iowa 


7th— 


Oreg 


1st 


Calif.... 


8th— 


Idaho... 


2d 


N.Y.... 


38th— 


Pa 


13th— 


Calif... . 


7th— 


Tex 


10th— 



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dist. 



8th. 



17th. 



62 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Geological Survey— Contd. 
Water Resources Branch— Con. 



Robert Follansbee... 

John H. Gardiner 

H. E. Grosbach 

A. W. Harrington — 

O. W. Hartwell 

A. E. Johnson 

Berkeley Johnson 

Rudolph G. Kasel._. 

William Kessler 

Warren R. King 

H. B. Kinnison 

W. A. Lamb 

Lasley Lee 

Penn P. Livingston.. 

C. E. McCashin 

H. D. McGlashan... . 

J. W. Mangan 

J. Holloway Morgan. 

T. R. Newell 

G. L. Parker 

A. B. Purton 

S. B. Soule 

J. B. Spiegel 

M- R. Stackpole 

Arthur M. Piper 

Donald S. Wallace. .. 
R. R. Woolley 



Bureau of Reclamation 



Elwood Mead 

Porter W. Dent.. 

Miss Mae A. Schnurr... 

George O. Sanford 

William F. Kubach 

Lester II. Mitchell 

Charles N. McCulloch.. 



Reclamation. Field Service 



Raymond F. Walter 

Sinclair 0. Harper 

John L. Savage 

Leslie N. McClellan 

Erdman B. Debler 

Charles M. Day 

Porter J. Preston 

Homer J. Gault 

Laurence R. Smith 

Harry W. Bashore.. 

Leo J. Foster 

Frank F. Smith 

Robert J. Newell 

Ernest O. Larson. 

Frank A. Banks 

Walker R. Young 

Ralph Lowry 

John C. Page.. 

Edward B. Darlington.... 

Raymond M. Priest 

Albert W. Walker 

Harold D. Comstock 

Lawrence R. Fiock 

Beauford E. Hayden 

Charles C. Ketchum 

John S. Moore 

Lewis E. Foster 

Harold H. Johnson 

Rudolph C. E. Weber. .. 
Frederick C. Youngblutt. 

Wayne J. Chiesman 

Claude F. Gleason 

Horace A. Parker 

Armand Offutt 

Bernard E. Stoutemyer.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District engineer, Denver, Colo 

District engineer, Fort Smith, Ark 

District engineer, Indianapolis, Ind 

District engineer, Albany, N.Y 

District engineer, Trenton, N.J.. 

District engineer, Columbia, S.C 

District engineer, Santa Fe, N.Mex 

Acting district engineer, Iowa City, Iowa 

District engineer, South Charleston, W. Va... 

District engineer, Chattanooga, Tenn— 

District engineer, Boston, Mass 

District engineer, Helena, Mont 

District engineer, Columbus, Ohio.. 

Engineer in charge, Houston, Tex.. 

District engineer, Montgomery, Ala 

District engineer, San Francisco, Calif 

District engineer, Harrisburg, Pa 

District engineer, Urbana, III 

District engineer, Boise, Idaho.. 

District engineer, Tacoma, Wash 

District engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah 

District engineer, Madison, Wis 

District engineer, Topeka, Kans. 

District engineer, Augusta, Maine 

Geologist in charge, Lodi, Calif. 

District engineer, Ocala, Fla 

Hydraulic engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah — 



Commissioner 

Assistant Commissioner. 

Assistant to the Commissioner 

Chief, Engineering Division 

Chief Accountant 

Assistant director of reclamation economics. 
Chief Clerk 



Chief Engineer, Denver, Colo... 

Assistant Chief Engineer, Denver, Colo... 

Designing engineer, Denver, Colo 

Chief electrical engineer, Denver, Colo 

Hydrographic engineer, Denver, Colo 

Mechanical engineer, Denver, Colo 

Senior engineer, Denver, Colo 

...do - 

Chief Clerk, Denver, Colo 

Senior engineer, Sacramento, Calif 

Engineer, Denver, Colo.. 

....do 

Construction engineer, Ronald, Wash 

Associate engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah.. 

Construction engineer, Ontario, Oreg 

Construction engineer, Boulder City, Nev 

Senior engineer, Boulder City, Nev 

do.. 

Superintendent, Burley, Idaho 

Superintendent, Yuma, Ariz 

Superintendent, Fairfield, Mont 

Superintendent, Riverton, Wyo 

Superintendent, El Paso, Tex 

Superintendent, Klamath Falls, Oreg 

Superintendent, Vale, Oreg 

Superintendent, Yakima, Wash 

Superintendent, Carlsbad, N.Mex 

Superintendent, Malta. Mont 

Superintendent, Orland, Calif 

Superintendent, Newell, S.Dak 

Superintendent, Grand Junction, Colo 

Superintendent of Power, Guernsey, Wyo — 

Superintendent, Powell, Wyo... 

District counsel, Denver, Colo 

District counsel, Portland, Oreg — 



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State 



Colo.. 
Ariz.. 
Nebr. 

N.Y.. 



Conn.. 
Idaho.. 

Mo 

N.Y... 
Colo... 

Tex 

Colo... 

Pa 

Wis.— 

Tex 

N.Y... 
N.Y... 
N.Y... 
Idaho.. 
Wash.. 
Kans... 
Wis.... 
Mich... 
Maine . 
Idaho.. 
N.Y.-. 
Utah— 



Calif. . 
Tenn.. 
Pa— 
Mont. 
Ohio.. 
Wyo.. 
S.C... 



Colo.... 
Colo.-.. 
Colo.... 
Colo.... 
Colo.-.. 
Colo.... 

Ariz 

Ohio... 
Colo... 
Nebr— 
Colo... 
Mont.. 
Idaho. . 
Utah- 
Idaho. . 
Colo... 
Oreg... 
Colo... 
Idaho .. 

Ariz 

Nev 

Wyo... 

Tex 

Colo... 
Idaho.. 
Wash.. 
N.Mex. 
Wash.. 
Ind.... 
Wis— 
Colo... 
Idaho.. 
Mont.. 
Colo... 
Idaho.- 



Cong. 
dist. 



1st. 



1st.. 
24th. 
18th. 
1st.. 
2d... 
7th... 
2d__. 
1st.. 
10th. 
1st.. 
10th. 
2d... 
10th. 
35th. 
26th. 
7th- 
2d— 
3d— 
5th.. 
3d— 
2d— 
1st.. 
7th- 
25th. 
2d„. 



6th- 
9th._ 
5th„ 
2d... 
13th. 
lst.- 
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lst.- 
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lst-. 
lst.. 
lst-. 
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20th. 
lst.. 
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4th_. 



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2d— 
2d— 
1st..- 
2d— 
4th— 
2d— 
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AtL. 
At L. 
16th- 
lst— 
2d.... 
4th... 
AtL. 
4th— 
6th... 
3d.... 
4th... 
2d— 
2d„. . 
1st... 
1st— 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



63 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Reclamation — Con. 
Reclamation Field Service— Con. 
Richard J. Coffey. 


District counsel, Los Angeles, Calif 


Calif.... 

Colo 

Colo.... 
N.Mex- 

Va 

Minn... 
Calif 


6th.... 

1st 

4th.... 
AtL_. 

8th... . 
5th.... 


$5, 200 






4,800 




District counsel, Boulder City, Nev 


4,600 


Herbert J. S. Devries 


District counsel, El Paso, Tex 


(ii) 


Office of National Parks, Build- 
ings and Reservations 

Washington Office 

Arno B. Cammerer 


Director 


8,000 






6,500 


H. C. Bryant 




5,800 


George A. Moskey. 

Conrad L. Wirth.. 


do 

. .do : 


Wash... 
Minn... 
Pa 


1st 

5th.... 

1st-.- 


5,600 
5,600 


Ronald M. Holmes 


Chief Clerk 


3,400 


Public Buildings and Public 
Parks * 

Capt. Ellis E. Haring, U.S. 




(10) 

4,800 


Army. 
Bert C. Gardner 


Chief, Administrative Division 


Iowa 

N.J 

111 

Md 

Va 

Calif.... 
Calif.... 
Calif.... 

Calif.... 


1st 

10th... 

3d 

4th.... 
8th.... 

6th.... 

nth... 

6th.... 
2d 


James F. Gill 


Chief, Buildings Division 


5,600 


John L. Nagle 




6,000 


Frank T. Gartside 


Chief, Parks Division 


5,000 






3,700 

5,800 
5,600 


Field Headquarters, Na- 
tional Park Service, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

Frank A. Kittredge 


Chief Civil Engineer 


Thomas C. Vint 


Chief Landscape Architect.. . 


Ansel F. Hall 




4,800 
4,600 


Eastern Field Headquar- 
ters, National Park 
Service 

Oliver G. Taylor.. 


Assistant Chief Engineer, Washington, D.C. 
Assistant Chief Landscape Architect, York- 
town, Va. 

Superintendent, Acadia National Park, Bar 

Harbor, Maine. 
Superintendent, Carlsbad Caverns National 

Park, Carlsbad, N.Mex. 
Superintendent, Crater Lake National Park, 

Crater Lake, Oreg. 
Superintendent, Glacier National Park, Bel- 
ton, Mont. 
Superintendent, Grand Canyon National 

Park, Grand Canyon, Ariz. 
Superintendent, Grand Teton National Park, 

Moose, Teton County, Wyo. 
Superintendent, Great Smoky Mountains 

National Park (proposed), Gatlinburg, via 

Sevierville, Tenn. 
Superintendent, Hawaii National Park, 

Hawaii. 
Superintendent, Hot Springs National Park, 

Hot Springs, Ark. 
Superintendent, Lassen Volcanic National 

Park, Mineral, Calif. 
Superintendent, Mesa Verde National Park, 

Mancos, Colo. 
Superintendent, Mount McKinley National 

Park, McKinley Park, Alaska. 


Charles E. Peterson 


3,200 

3,000 
3,800 
3,800 
4,600 
5,600 
3,800 
5,200 

3,800 
4,600 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 


Superintendents of National 
Parks 

George B. Dorr 


Maine. . 

Ark 

Calif.... 

Ariz 

Ariz 

Mont... 
W.Va... 

Calif.... 


3d 

4th.... 

2d 

1st.... 
AtL.. 

2d 

1st.... 

3d 


Thomas Boles 


Elbert C. Solinsky 


Eivind T. Scoyen.. 

M. R. Tillotson 


Samuel T. Woodring 


J. Ross Eakin 


Ernest P. Leavitt 


Thomas J. Allen, Jr 


Lynne W. Collins 


Calif 




C. Marshall Finnan 


N.Mex.. 
Mont... 


AtL.. 
2d 


Harry J. Liek 





* Transferred to Department of the Interior under Executive Order of June 10, 

10 Pay of rank; no additional compensation for this service. 

11 Salary carried by the State Department— International Water Commission 



1933, effective Aug. 10, 1933. 
United States and Mexico 



64 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong. 
dist. 


Wash... 


2d 


Okla.... 


5th—. 


Colo 


1st.... 


Calif.... 


8th.... 


Colo 


1st 


N.Y.... 


33d— 


Ark 


6th..._ 


Ariz 


At L.. 


N.Mex.. 


AtL.. 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


Calif— 


11th— 


Calif— 


nth... 


Calif..- 


8th— 


Nebr.... 


6th— 


N.Mex.. 


AtL.. 


N.Mex.. 


AtL.. 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


Utah.... 


1st. ... 


Ariz 


At L.. 


Mont... 


2d 


Calif— 


8th— 


Nebr 


6th— 


Alaska- 


AtL.. 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


N.Dak.. 


3d 



Office of National Parks, 
Buildings, and Reserva- 
tions—Continued. 

Superintendents of National 
Parks— Continued 



Owen A. Tomlinson. 
William E. Branch- 
Edmund B. Rogers . 
John R. White 



Edw. D. Freeland. 

Roger W. Toll 

C. G. Thomson.... 
Preston P. Patraw. 



Custodians of National 
Monuments 



Johnwill Faris 

Homer Farr 

Frank Pinkley. 

Hilding Palmer 

Hurst R. Julian 

William M. Robinson, Jr. 

Burton C. Lacombe 

John R. White 

Newell F. Joyner 

Evon Z. Vogt.. 

Philip R. Hough 



William H. Smith. 

M. R. Tillotson 

Martin L. Jackson 

J. Barton Herschler.. 

Zeke Johnson 

John Wetherill 

Charles J. Smith 

Washington I. Hawkins 

A. N. Mathers , 

Peter Trierschield 

George L. Boundey 

Adolph Larson.. 

> 2 No additional compensation 



Superintendent, Mount Rainier National 

Park, Longmire, Wash. 
Superintendent, Piatt National Park, Sul- 
phur, Okla. 
Superintendent, Rocky Mountain National 

Park, Estes Park, Colo. 
Superintendent, Sequoia National Park and 

General Grant National Park, Sequoia 

National Park, Calif. 
Superintendent, Wind Cave National Park, 

Hot Springs, S.Dak. 
Superintendent, Yellowstone National Park, 

Wyo. 
Superintendent, Yosemite National Park, 

Calif. 
Superintendent, Zion and Bryce Canyon 

National Parks, Springdale, Utah. 



Custodian, Aztec Ruins National Monument 
Aztec, N.Mex. 

Custodian, Capulin Mountain National 
Monument, Capulin, N.Mex. 

Superintendent, Southwestern Monuments, 
Coolidge, Ariz. 

Custodian, Casa Grande National Monu- 
ment, Coolidge, Ariz. 

Custodian, Chaco Canyon National Monu- 
ment, Crown Point, N.Mex. 

Superintendent, Colonial National Monu- 
ment, Yorktown, Va. 

Custodian, Craters of the Moon National 
Monument, Arco, Idaho. 

Acting superintendent, Death Valley Na- 
tional Monument, Calif. 

Custodian, Devils Tower National Monu- 
ment, Hulett, Wyo. 

Custodian, El Morro National Monument, 
Ramah, N.Mex. 

Superintendent, George Washington Birth- 
place National Monument, Washington's 
birthplace, Westmoreland County, Va. 

Custodian, Gran Quivira National Monu- 
ment, Gran Quivira, N.Mex. 

Superintendent, Grand Canyon National 
Monument, Ariz. 

Custodian, Montezuma Castle National 
Monument, Camp Verde, Ariz. 

Custodian, Muir Woods National Monu- 
ment, Mill Valley, Calif. 

Custodian, Natural Bridges National Monu- 
ment, Blanding, Utah. 

Custodian, Navajo National Monument, 
Kayenta, Ariz. 

Custodian, Petrified Forest National Monu- 
ment, Holbrook, Ariz. 

Custodian, Pinnacles National Monument, 
Hollister, Calif. 

Custodian, Scotts Bluff National Monu- 
ment, Gering, Nebr. 

Custodian, Sitka National Monument, Sitka, 
Alaska. 

Custodian, Tumacacori National Monu- 
ment, Tubac, Ariz. 

Custodian, Verendrye National Monument, 
Sanish, N.Dak. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



65 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Federal Board for Vocational 
Education * 

Frances Perkins 

Henry A. Wallace 

Daniel C. Roper 

George F. Zook 



Perry W. Reeves... 
Edward T. Franks. 



W. Harry King. 



J. C. Wright 

Adelaide S. Baylor. 
Earl W. Barnhart- 
Frank Cushman... 

C. H. Lane 

John Aubel Kratz.. 
Charles R. Allen... 
John Cummings... 

John S. Shaw 

Marie E. Schutt... 



The Alaska Railroad 

OttoF. Ohlson 

Burton H. Barndollar 

John T. Cunningham 



W. L. Kinsell. 



Porter Berryhill 

Fred H. Lounsbury. 



Alfred G. Balls 

Dewey W. Metzdorf. 

James J. Delaney 

Harold W. Snell 



Alaska Road Commission 



Ike P. Taylor 

Hawley W. Sterling. 



St. Elizabeths Hospital 



William A. White... 
Herbert C. Woolley 
Monie Sanger.. 



Medical Division 



Mary O'Malley 

Roscoe C. Hall. 

Samuel A. Silk 

Watson W. Eldridge. 
Nolan D. C. Lewis... 

Walter Freeman 

Edith M. Haydon... 
Sarah F. Schroeder... 
Celia B. Chapman... 
ClaraWillard.. 



Administrative Division 



Paul M. Lehman... 
Arnold W. Barbour. 

Homer Smith 

Clara M. Gaston 

Porter L. Bush 

E. Harry Weisbrod. 
Charles B. Snyder.. 
Daniel J. Sullivan... 
Mildred E. Parker.. 

David A. Brodie 

Alvah Godding 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Secretary of Labor, member, chairman 

Secretary of Agriculture, member 

Secretary of Commerce, member 

Commissioner of Education (Department of 

the Interior), member. 
Member, representative of labor, vice chair- 
man. 
Member, representative of manufacturing 

and commercial interests. 
Member, representative of agricultural inter- 
ests. 

Director 

Chief, home economics education service 

Chief, commercial education service 

Chief, trade and industrial education service. . 

Chief, agricultural education service 

Chief, vocational rehabilitation service 

Educational consultant 

Chief, research and statistical service. 

Secretary and chief clerk 

Disbursing officer 



Legal residence 



State 



General Manager, Anchorage, Alaska. 

Examiner of accounts, Anchorage, Alaska 

Superintendent of transportation, Anchorage, 
Alaska. 

Superintendent of motive power and equip- 
ment, Anchorage, Alaska. 

Chief Engineer, Anchorage, Alaska 

Auditor of station accounts, Anchorage, 
Alaska. 

Special disbursing agent, Anchorage, Alaska. 

General storekeeper, Anchorage, Alaska 

Chief Clerk, Anchorage, Alaska 

General freight, passenger and immigration 
agent, Chicago, 111. 



Chief Engineer, Juneau, Alaska 

Assistant Chief Engineer, Juneau, Alaska. 



Superintendent 

First assistant physician 

Assistant to the superintendent. 



Clinical director, 
.—do 



.do. 



Senior medical officer. 
....do 



.do. 



Superintendent of nurses 

Principal psychiatric social worker. 
Principal occupational therapist. ... 
Librarian 



Chief Clerk. 

Secretary to Superintendent 

Disbursing Agent 

Purchasing Agent 

Personnel Officer 

Chief engini 

Superintendent of construction 

Chief of commissary 

Chief dietitian 

Farm superintendent 

Florist and landscape gardener 



Ind. 



Ky..__ 
S.Dak. 



Mo 

Ind.._. 
Calif.- 

Mo 

Tenn— 
Md_._. 
Minn.. 
D.C.... 
Md..._ 
Va 



Minn.. 
D.C.... 
Oreg... 



Wash... 



Alaska . 
Alaska . 
Alaska. 
Ill 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 



N.Y. 
N.J.. 
D.C. 



N.Y. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
N.Y. 
Md. 
Pa.. 
Va_- 
D.C. 
Mo.. 
D.C. 




Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



7th... 

2d.... 
1st... 



5th. 
7th. 
6th. 
5th. 
2d._ 
2d„ 
5th. 



5th. 
8th. 



8th.. 



:;<1. 



34th.. 



40th... 



17th. 
5th.. 
lst.. 
8th.. 



11th. 



6th.... 



(**) 
(**) 
(**) 
(**) 

$8, 000 

8,000 

8,000 

9,000 
6,000 
5,600 
6,400 
6,000 
6,200 
5,800 
5,600 
3,400 
2,500 



14, 400 
5,400 
5,150 

5,000 

5,150 



3,480 
3,850 
3,200 
3,800 



5,600 
4,600 



9,000 
7,000 
7,000 



6,000 
5,800 
5,600 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
2,700 
2,600 
2,800 
2,600 



2,900 
3,200 
3, 500 
2,800 
2,900 
3,700 
3,700 
2,700 
2,700 
3, 500 
1,800 



* Transferred to Department of the Interior under Executive Order of June 10, 1933, effective Aug. 10, 1933. 
** Services as member of the Board without additional compensation. 



66 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Freedmen's Hospital I3 














D.C 




$6,200 


B. Price Hurst 




D.C 




3,200 


Thomas E. Jones . . . 


Resident assistant surgeon. . 


Va 




3,800 






D.C . 




2,600 






D.C .. 




2,600 






D.C__. 




2,000 


Charlotte K. May 


Superintendent of nurses 


Kans . . 




2,400 


Howard University " 


















(15) 


Mordecai W. Johnson 


President . 


W.Va... 




8,000 






D.C... 




6,000 


V. D. Johnston 










F. D. Wilkinson 




D.C 




3,500 


War Minerals Relief 










Roscoe Fertich 


Commissioner ... 


D.C 




6,500 


Columbia Institution for the 
Deaf " 










Territorial Officers 17 










Alaska 










John W. Troy 








10, 000 


Edward W. Griffin 








5,600 


Hawaii 










Lawrence M. Judd 








10,000 


Raymond C. Brown... 








5,800 


Virgin Islands 










Dr. Paul M. Pearson 




Pa .. 




8,000 


Boyd J. Brown 


Government secretary and commissioner of 

finance, St. Thomas. 
Lieutenant governor of St. Croix, St. Croix.. . 


Pa 




6,000 


Lawrence W. Cramer 


N.Y.... 


16th... 


4,800 







13 Freedmen's Hospital is an institution placed by law under the supervision of the Secretary of the 
Interior. It is maintained by receipts from the District of Columbia for indigent residents, appropria- 
tions by the Federal Government, and by receipts from pay patients. The cost of construction of build- 
ings has been borne in part by the Federal Government. 

14 Howard University is not a part of the Interior Department; the Secretary of the Interior merely 
supervises the expenditure of appropriations made by Congress for the institution. University funds are 
expended under direction of its officers. 

15 Serves without compensation. 

16 This institution is managed by a board of trustees, but certain duties in connection with the adminis- 
tration are under the supervision of the Secretary of the Interior. (See p. 144.) 

17 The governors and secretaries of the Territories are presidential appointees. The reports of the gover- 
nors are made to the Secretary of the Interior. The organization of the courts of Alaska, Hawaii, and 
Virgin Islands are shown on pp. 149, 151, 158. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

SECRETARY 

HENRY AGARD WALLACE, OF IOWA 

Compensation, $15, 000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


N.Y 

Va 

Va 

Md 

Iowa 

Ohio 


19th— 
6th—- 
6th... . 
5th— 

3d 

17th... 


Kans 

Iowa 


5th-.. 
10th— 


111 

Minn... 

N.Y 

111 

Va 

Ohio 


14th— 
AtL_. 
25th... 
10th... 
8th—. 
19th— 


111 

Ill 

N.Y 

Miss 

Minn... 


10th... 
10th— 
25th.._ 

2d 

At L._ 


N.Y.... 


25th... 


D.C 




Colo 


1st.... 


Ga 

S.C 


5th.... 
7th—. 


Mont... 
111 


2d 

10th... 


Mo 


AtL.. 


Pa 


10th... 


Iowa 


6th.... 


D.C 




N.Y 


2d 


Calif.... 


7th— 


N.Y 


40th.._ 



Com- 
pensa- 



Office of the Secretary 

Rexford Guy Tugwell 

Paul H. Appleby 

C. Renham Raldwin 

Albert F. Woods 

Clyde W. Warburton 

Warner W. Stockberger 1 

Milton S. Eisenhower... 

Seth Thomas 

Agricultural Adjustment Ad- 
ministration 



George N. Peek- 
Charles J. Rrand.. 

Glenn McHugh 

Wayne Taylor 

Col. Robert Davis. 
James E. Jones 



Division Leaders 



Chester C. Davis 

Gen. Wm. I. Westervelt. 

Jerome N. Frank 

Oscar Johnston 

Alfred D. Stedman 



Frederic C. Howe. 



Henry P. Seidemann. 
John R. Payne 



Section Leuders 



Cully A. Cobb... 
Daniel S. Murph. 



Milburn L. Wilson. 
Guy C. Shepard... 



Frank A. Theis 

Clyde L. King 

Albert G. Rlack 

Maj. Robert M. Littlejohn. 

Jesse W. Tapp 

Howard R. Tolley 

Clement H. Cochran 



Assistant Secretary 

Assistant to the Secretary 

Assistant to the Secretary 

Director of Scientific Work 

Director of Extension Work 

Director of Personnel and Rusiness Admin 
istration. 

Director of Information 

Solicitor 



Administrator 

Coadministrator 

Assistant to Administrator 

Executive assistant to the Administrator- 
Administrative officer 

Administrative assistant 



Director, Production Division 

Director, Processing and Marketing Division- 
General counsel 

Director, Finance Division 

Director, Information and Publicity Divi- 
sion. 

Consumers counsel, Trade Agreement Divi- 
sion. 

Consulting Specialist office of the Comptroller 

Comptroller 



Chief, cotton section, Production Division. .. 

Chief, cotton section, Processing and Market- 
ing Division. 

Chief, wheat section, Production Division... 

Chief, hogs and corn section, Processing and 
Marketing Division. 

Chief, wheat section, Processing and Mar- 
keting Division. 

Chief, dairy section, Production and Process- 
ing and Marketing Division. 

Acting Chief, hogs and corn section, Produc- 
tion Division. 

Chief, special commodities section, Process- 
ing and Marketing division. 

Chief, special crops section, Production and 
Processing and Marketing Divisions. 

Consulting specialist on miscellaneous crops, 
Production Division. 

Chief, milling section, Processing and Mar- 
keting Division. 



1 Also principal physiologist in charge of drug plant investigations, Rureau of Plant Industry. 

2 Pay as retired Army officer. 

3 Pay as Major, U.S. Army. 

67 



$8, 000 
5,600 
4,600 
9,000 
9,000 
7,500 

7,000 
8,000 



10, COO 
10, 000 
6,000 
5,400 
5,000 
4,600 



10, 000 

( 2 ) 

10, 000 
10, 000 

9,800 

9,000 

9,800 
6,500 



9,800 
9,800 



10, 000 
9,900 



9,800 

9,000 

( 3 ) 

9,000 

9,000 

7,500 



68 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Agricultural Adjustment Ad- 
ministration—Con. 

Section Leaders — Con. 

R. H. Fiedler * 


Chief, fisheries section, Processing and Mar- 
keting Division. 

Chief, food products section, Processing and 
Marketing Division. 

Chief, foreign trade section, Processing and 
Marketing Division. 

Chief, tobacco section, Production and Proc- 
essing and Marketing Divisions. 

Acting Chief, rice section, Production and 
Processing and Marketing Divisions. 


Wash... 
T.H... 


1st.— 


$4, 600 




7,500 


Raymond C. Miller 


Ind 

Ky 

Ky 

Iowa 

Ohio 

Md 

N.Y 

Mo..... 
D.C 


7th— 

1st 

8th.... 
1st— 

17th... 
4th..__ 
4th.... 

5th.... 


7,000 


John B. Hutson 


5,600 


Alfred J. S. Weaver 


5,600 


Smith W. Brookhart 


8 550 


Office of Personnel and Busi- 
ness Administration 

Warner W. Stockbergeri 


Director ... .. 


7,500 


W. A. Jump 




6,000 


Henry A. Nelson 


Chief, Division of Operation and Real Estate 
officer. 

Chief, Division of Accounts and Disburse- 
ments. 


3,800 


William R. Fuchs 


4,600 


Percy L. Gladmon . 


4,000 


Alex. McC. Ashley 


Chief, Division of Purchase, Sales, and Traffic. 
Solicitor 


Md 

Iowa 

D.C 


6th.... 

8th—. 


4,800 


Office of the Solicitor 
Seth Thomas 


8,000 


Charles W. Boyle 


Assistant solicitor 


5,800 


Patrick D. Cronin . .. 


Principal attorney in charge, division of food 
and drugs, insecticides and fungicides, 
seeds, tea inspection, naval stores, virus-se- 
rum control, meat inspection, import milk, 
caustic poison, and compilation of laws. 

Principal attorney in charge, division .of na- 
tional forests, grain futures, cotton futures, 
grain standards, cotton standards, Federal 
warehouses, excess wool profits, farm-prod- 
ucts inspection, produce agency, standard 
container, packers and stockyards, perish- 
able agricultural commodities. 

Principal attorney in charge, division of ac- 
quisition of lands under Weeks law. 

Senior attorney in charge, division of animal 
and plant quarantines, Federal-aid roads, 
28-hour law, bee imports, and agricultural 
colleges and experiment stations. 

Senior attorney in charge, division of wild-life 
conservation, estate claims, fiscal, per- 
sonnel, leases, contracts, patents, and 
acquisition of lands other than lor national 
forests. 

San Francisco, Calif .. . 


Mass 

Kans 

Ohio 

N. Y— 

N.C... 

Ohio 

Mich 

Utah.... 
Nebr— 

Mich 

Iowa 

R.I 

W.Va— 

Va 

N.C 

Calif.... 

Va 

N.H 

Minn... 
Minn... 
Tenn— 


10th... 
6th.... 

18th... 
10th... 

lOth... 

2d 

8th„„ 

2d 

3d 

9th— 
5th— 

2d 

1st 

9th 

8th 

9th._„ 
7th... _ 

2d 

lOth... 
8th..„ 
1st 


5,800 


Fred Lees 


5,800 


Arthur H. McConville.. 

Thomas G. Shearman 


5,800 
5,200 


John P. Wenchel 


5,?00 


District Law Officers 
Harry P. Dechant 


4,800 


William F. Staley 


Portland, Oreg . 


4,800 


Charles S. Brothers . 




4,600 


Walter J. Ise 




4,600 


Edwin S. French 


Albuquerque, N.Mex 


4,600 


Manly Q. Thompson 


Ogden, Utah 


4,600 


Field Title Attorneys 
Howard A. Lamprey 


Woodsville, N.H 


3, 600 


Clem B. Wilson 


Hot Springs, Ark ... 


3,300 


Tom G. Spratt 


do 


2,800 


Julius C. Fletcher 


Lenoir, N.C 


3,300 


Abner R. NefT 


Athens, Tenn . 


3,200 


Ralph J. Luttrell 


Bristol, Tenn 


2,700 


John A. Murehy 




4,000 


John E. Stevens 


Marquette, Mich... 


2,800 


Wa viand W. Sanford 


Duluth, Minn 


2,800 


Leland S. French 


Marquette, Mich 


3.3C0 



i Also principal physiologist in charge of drug plant investigations, Bureau of Plant Industry. 
4 By detail from the Bureau of Fisheries, Department of Commerce. 
« Per month. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



69 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Office of Information 



Milton S. Eisenhower. 

John R. Fleming 

Arthur P. Chew 

Harry J. Demaree 



Division of Publications 

Melvin C. Merrill 

Frank D. Smith 

Edwin C. Powell 

Joseph H. Stevenson 

Clarence E. Bracey.... 

Francis J. P. Cleary 

George L. Sherman 

Maurice A. Downes 

Mabel G. Hunt.. 



Press Service 
Charles E. Gapen 

Radio Service 
Morse Salisbury 



Library 

Claribel R. Barnett. 
Emma B. Hawks... 



Helen M. Thompson. 
Lydia K. Wilkins... . 



Office of Experiment Stations 



James T. Jardine. 
Walter H. Beal.. 



Howard L. Knight—. -. 

Division of Insular Experiment 
Stations 



James T. Jardine. . 
John M. Westgate. 



Thomas B. McClelland.. 

Extension Service 

Clyde W. War burton 

Clarence B. Smith 



Leonore B. Fuller. 

M. M. Thayer 

Joseph W. Hiscox. 
Raymond Evans.. 



Office of Cooperative Extension 
Work 

Clarence B. Smith 

James A. Evans 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



T. Weed Harvey- 
George E. Farrell. 



Albert B. Graham.. 
William A. Lloyd.. . 
Florence E. Ward- 
Reuben Brigham 

Meredith C. Wilson. 
H. M. Dixon 



Director of information 

Special agricultural writer 

Assistant to the director. 

Personnel and business officer. 



Chief..... 

Assistant chief 

Assistant in charge of editorial work 

Assistant in charge of illustrations 

Assistant in charge of duplicating work. 

Assistant in charge of distribution 

Assistant in charge of printing work 

Assistant in charge of mailing lists 

Assistant in charge of indexing 



Chief. 



.do. 



Librarian 

Associate Librarian and Chief of Readers' 
Division. 

Chief, Catalog and Order Division 

Chief, Periodical Division 



Chief, Office of Experiment Stations 

Associate in experiment station administra- 
tion. 
Editor, Experiment Station Record 



Acting Chief. 

Principal agronomist in charge of Hawaii sta- 
tion, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Principal horticulturist in charge of Puerto 
Rico station, Mayaguez, P.R. 



Director of Extension Work 

Assistant Director and Chief, Office of Coop- 
erative Extension Work. 

Assistant to Director 

Business manager 

Chief, Office of Exhibits 

Chief, Office of Motion Pictures 



Chief 

Associate Chief, and principal agriculturist 
in charge of southern division. 

Assistant chief 

Principal agriculturist in charge of north cen- 
tral division. 

Principal agriculturist in charge of subject 
matter specialists. 

Principal agriculturist in charge of western 
division. 

Principal agriculturist in charge of eastern 
division. 

Senior agriculturist in charge of visual in- 
struction. 

Senior agriculturist in charge of reports and 
efficiency studies. 

Chairman, extension work in agricultural 
economics. 



Legal residence 



State 



Kans. 
Ohio. 
D.C.. 
Pa... 



Utah. 
Pa... 
Md.. 
Kans. 
Va... 
111.... 
Kans. 
Md.. 
Mass- 



Ill. 



Wis. 



N.Y.. 
Mass. 



Va.. 
D.C. 



Oreg. 
Va... 



Mass. 



Oreg.. 
Kans.. 



Ky. 



Iowa- 
Mich. 



B.C... 

Mass.. 
Tenn.. 
Ohio.. 



Mich 
La... 

Ind.. 
111.... 

N.Y. 

Ohio. 

Iowa. 

Md.. 

N.Y. 

Ohio. 



Cong, 
dist. 



5th. . 
12th. 



19th. 



2d... 
27th. 
6th.. 
4th.. 
2d... 
25th. 
3d... 
5th.. 
9th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



13th. 



3d. 



28th.. 
1st... 



8th. 



1st.. 
3d... 



3d. 



1st.. 
5th.. 



7th. 



4th.. 
11th. 

1st.. 
15th. 
2d... 
17th. 



11th. 
4th.. 



2d— . 
10th.. 

1st... 

16th.. 

3d— . 

5th... 

37th.. 

15th.. 



70 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 

dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Weather Bureau 
Charles F. Marvin 


Chief. 


Ohio 

Pa 

Tex 

111 

Kans 

N.C 

N.Y 

Va 

Pa 

S.C 

Tex 

La 

Pa 

Pa 

Md 

Md 

Calif... . 
Oreg 

N.Y 

Tex 

Ind 

Minn.._ 

Ind 

111 

Kans 

Ohio 

Calit„_- 
Calif.... 

Iowa 

Minn... 

Ind 

Tex 


12th— 
4th..-. 
14th... 

1st.. „ 

1st 

9th— 

28th... 

7th.... 

17th... 

2d 

7th.... 

1st 

29th... 
25th... 
6th— 

5th— 
1st..- 
3d 

34th... 
4th____ 
10th— 
8th— 
13th.__ 
25th— 

1st 

1st 

nth... 

llth- 
em.— 
10th— 
7th— 
7th„„ 


$8 000 


Charles C. Clark 


Assistant Chief ... 


6,200 
4 000 




Chief Clerk 


Scientific and Service Divisions 
Edgar B. Calvert 


Principal Meteorologist in Charge of Forecast 

Division. 
Chief of Supplies Division 


6,000 

2,900 
5,600 

5,600 

5,800 

4,800 
5,000 


Don Y. EngelL. 


Montrose W. Hayes 


Principal Meteorologist in Charge of River 
and Flood Division. 

Principal Meteorologist in Charge of Aero- 
logical Division. 

Principal meteorologist in charge of meteoro- 
logical physics and editor Monthly Weather 
Review. 

Senior meteorologist in charge of Instrument 
Division. 

Senior meteorologist in charge of Division of 
Climate and Crop Weather. 


Willis R. Gregg.. 


William J. Humphreys 


Joseph B. Kincer 




2,900 


Willard F. McDonald 


Meteorologist in charge of Marine Division . . 
Chief of Telegraph Division- 


3,800 


Fred M. Graf 


2,900 


Charles L. Mitchell 


Principal meteorologist and district forecaster. 

Administrative officer in charge of Stations 
and Accounts Division. 

Associate librarian in charge of library.. 

Senior meteorologist and district forecaster... 

Senior meteorologist in charge of fruit-frost in- 
vestigation in the field, Pomona, Calif. 

Junior meteorologist, Jackson, Miss. 


6,000 


George M. Richards 


3,700 


Charles F. Talman 


3,400 


R. Hanson Weightman 

Floyd D. Young . 


4,800 
4,600 


Regular Meteorological Field 
Stations 


2,000 


William H. Alexander 


Senior meteorologist, Columbus, Ohio 


4,600 


J. Cecil Alter 


3,800 






2,000 




Senior meteorologist, Indianapolis, Ind 

Assistant meteorologist, Cairo, 111 

Assistant meteorologist, St. Joseph, Mo 


4.600 


William E. Barron 

William S. Belden 


3,000 
3,100 




3,800 






4,600 




Associate meteorologist. San Diego, Calif 

Senior meteorologist. Philadelphia, Pa 

Assistant meteorologist, Huron, S.Dak 

Assistant meteorologist, Fresno, Calif 

Principal meteorologist and district forecaster, 
San Francisco, Calif. 


3,200 




4,600 


Martin R. Hovde . 


2,700 


Walter E. Bonnett 


3,000 




6,000 




2,300 




Associate meteorologist, Memphis, Tenn 

Associate meteorologist, Pittsburgh, Pa 


Mich 

Pa 


2d 

13th... 


3,400 


William S. Brotzman 


3,400 




2,200 










1,800 




Assistant meteorologist, Pensacola, Fla 

Principal meteorologist and district forecaster, 
New Orleans, La. 


Tex 

Tex 

Tex 


8th— 
7th— 

7th— 


2,600 




6,000 


Joseph L. Cline 


3,200 


George V. Fish 




2,000 


Harvey S. Cole 


Associate meteorologist, Little Rock, Ark 

Associate meteorologist, Milwaukee, Wis 

Assistant meteorologist, Amarillo, Tex 

Assistant meteorologist, Evansville, Ind 

Junior meteorologist, Green Bay, Wis 


Ohio 

Mich 

111 

Mich 

Ohio 

111 

Ohio 

Kans 

Mich 

Tenn 


20th... 
6th—. 
22d— - 

2d 

12th... 

1st 

21st... 
1st..-. 
6th— 


3,300 




3,200 




2,900 


McLin S. Collom 


3,000 


Fred Cone 


2,000 


Clarence J. Root 


3,800 


Claude C. Cooper.. . 


Assistant meteorologist, Sandusky, Ohio 

Junior meteorologist, Concordia, Kans 

Assistant meteorologist, Shreveport, La 

Junior meteorologist, Big Spring, Tex 

Assistant meteorologist, Toledo, Ohio 


2,800 


Edward C. Corkill 


2,000 




2,800 




2,000 


William S. Currier . 


Ohio 

N.C 

Ind 

D.C 


9th— 

1st 

10th— 


2,900 


Richard B. Dailey . 


2,500 






3,800 


Wilfred P. Day 


Associate meteorologist and assistant district 
forecaster, Chicago, 111. 

Junior meteorologist, Atlantic City, N.J 

Associate meteorologist, Raleigh, N.C 

Senior meteorologist, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Assistant meteorologist, Pueblo, Colo 


3,200 




N.Y ... 




2,500 


Lee A. Denson.. .. 


N.C.-.. 
Minn... 
Del 


4th— 
10th... 
AtL.. 


3,400 


William C. Devereaux 

Harvey B. Dick 


4,600 
2,800 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



71 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Weather Bureau— Continued 

Regular Meteorological Field 
Stations— Continued 

L. Walter Dick 


Assistant meteorologist, Dubuque, Iowa 

Associate meteorologist, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Associate meteorologist, New Haven, Conn. . . 

Assistant meteorologist, Portland, Me 

Principal meteorologist and district forecaster, 
Chicago, 111. 

Assistant meteorologist, Burlington, Vt 

Senior observer, Port Arthur, Tex 


Iowa 

Ohio. .. 


3d 


$2,600 




3,200 
3,200 


Cornelius J. Doherty 


Pa 

Mass 

Iowa 

Mass 

Tex 


1st 

llth_._ 
1st.— 

9th.... 


Robert M. Dole 


2,800 




5,600 
3,000 


Milton W. Dow 




2,300 


Ray A. Dyke 


Senior meteorologist and assistant district 
forecaster, New Orleans, La. 


W.Va... 

N.Y.... 

Iowa 

Mich 


4th... . 

3d 

4th.... 
7th— 


4,600 




2,600 






2,600 
2,700 

3,200 


Ernest L. Felton 


Assistant meteorologist, Grand Junction, 
Colo. 


William H. Tracy 










2,000 


Snowden D. Flora 


Associate meteorologist, Topeka, Kans 


Ind 

Iowa 

Calif. ... 

Colo 

Ohio 

Colo 

Calif.— 


11th— 

nth... 

11th— 
9th.... 
12th... 
2d 

7th.— 


3,600 




2,700 


Charles C. Garrett 


Assistant meteorologist, Walla Walla, Wash. . 


2,800 




2,000 
3,200 




Associate meteorologist, Trenton, N.J 

Senior meteorologist and assistant district 
forecaster, Denver, Colo. 


Edwin B. Gittings, Jr 


4,600 


James H. Gordon 


2,500 


Walter B. Hare 




2,600 






N.C 

Tex 

111 

Mass 

Ark 

111. 

Wis 

Ill 

Tex 

N.Y 

N.Mex.. 

Ohio 

Pa . 


9th.... 
14th... 
25th... 
16th... 
4th.... 
20th... 
1st.— 
23d— 
10th— 
34th... 
AtL_. 
13th___ 


3,000 






2,600 


Gershom K. Greening 


Assistant meteorologist, Sioux City, Iowa 

Junior meteorologist, Nantucket, Mass 

Junior meteorologist, Bakersfield, Calif 

Assistant meterologist, Chattanooga, Tenn... 


2,700 




2,500 




2, 100 


Carl E. Hadley... 


2,800 


Bertram E. Hall . 


1,800 




Assistant meteorologist, Roswell, N.Mex 

Associate meteorologist, Kansas City, Mo 

Junior meteorologist, Sandy Hook, N.J 

Associate meteorologist, Santa Fe. N.Mex 


2,700 


Andrew M. Hamrick 


3,400 




2,400 


Erie L. Hardy 


3,200 


F. Eugene Hartwell 


4,800 






2,600 


Lawrence H. Dangerfield 

Paul Hess.. 


Senior meteorologist, Los Angeles, Calif 

Assistant meteorologist, Wilmington, N.C... 


Tex 

S.Dak— 

Vt 

Ark 

Kans 

Pa 

Ga 

W.Va... 

Vt 

111 

Idaho. .. 
Wash... 

Mich 

Kans 

Tenn.... 

Ohio 

Miss 

Tenn.... 

Colo 

Tex 

S.Dak... 

Ind 

Mich 


10th— 

1st 

2d 

2d 

7th.... 
20th.._ 
10th— 
4th... . 

2d 

14th... 

2d 

3d 

nth... 

8th.... 
9th— 

3d 

3d 

10th... 

1st 

12th... 

2d 

3d 


4,600 
2,800 


Hohert E. Heyer 


2,500 


Walter C. Hickmon 


Assistant meteorologist, Fort Smith, Ark 


2,600 




1,800 


Frank T. Cole 




2,800 


Edgar C. Horton . . 


Junior meteorologist, Birmingham, Ala 

Assistant meteorologist, Parkersburg, W.Va.. 


2, 600 


Robert P. Powell 


2,600 


James M. Howe 


2,100 


Berne P. Hughes... . 


Junior meteorologist, Miles City, Mont 

Assistant meteorologist, Medford, Oreg 

Assistant meteorologist, San Antonio, Tex 

Associate meteorologist, Duluth, Minn 

Junior meteorologist, Rapid City, S.Dak 

Associate meteorologist, Nashville, Tenn 

Assistant meteorologist, Yakima, Wash 

Junior meteorologist, Elkins, W.Va 


2,100 


William J. Hutchison 

James H. Jarboe 


2,600 
3,000 


Frank Jermin 


3,200 


Harley N. Johnson 


2,300 


Robert M. Williamson 

Edwin H. Jones 


3,200 
2,800 


Harris A. Jones 


2,300 


James Jones 




2,300 


Louis R. Jurwitz 




2,000 


Alonzo A. Justice 


Junior meteorologist, Dodge City, Kans 

Junior meteorologist, Devils Lake, N.Dak... 

Associate meteorologist, Louisville, Ky 

Assistant meteorologist, Key West, Fla 

Assistant meteorologist, Spokane, Wash 


2,400 


Robert E. Kearney 


2, 500 


James L. Kendall 


3,300 


Gerald S. Kennedy 


3,000 


Elgie M. Keyser 


Ind 

Ind 

La 

Minn... 
Ky 

N.Y.... 

Ind 

Ohio 

Mass 

Mass 

Mont... 
Miss 


12th... 
11th... 
4th— 
9th.... 
6th— 

18th... 
7th— 
18th... 
5th— 

2d 

2d 

8th— 


2,700 


Aurel J. Knarr _ . ... 


2,100 


Paul S. Cook. . 


Assistant meteorologist, Fort Worth, Tex 

Junior meteorologist, Charles City, Iowa 

Assistant meteorologist, Yellowstone Park, 
Wyo. 

Associate meteorologist, Albany, N.Y 

Associate meteorologist, Vicksburg, Miss 

Assistant meteorologist, Harrisburg, Pa 

Assistant meteorologist, Charleston, S.C 


2,600 


Edwin G. Larson 

William T. Lathrop 


2, 500 

3, 000 


Gustave S. Lindgren 


3,300 


Robert T. Lindley 


3,300 


Charles S. Ling. 


3,000 


John E. Lockwood 


2,700 


G. Harold Noyes . 


4,600 


Ernest K. Lovett 




1,860 


Joseph P. McAuliffe- 


Assistant meteorologist, Corpus Christi, Tex. 


2,700 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Weather Bureau— Continued 

Regular Meteorological Field 
Stations— Continued 

Roy J. McClurg 


Junior meteorologist, Moorhead, Minn 

Assistant meteorologist, Nome, Alaska 

Junior meteorologist, Pembina, N.Dak 

Assistant meteorologist, Havre, Mont 

Associate meteorologist, Madison, Wis 

Junior meteorologist, Williston, N.Dak 

Associate meteorologist, Tampa, Fla 


Oreg 

Mich.... 
N.Dak.. 

N.Y 

Ariz 

Mo 

Mo 

Calif.... 

Ind 

Tex 

Tex 


2d 

2d 

2d 

42d— . 
At. L. 
4th.... 
7th.... 

3d 

3d 

11th... 


$2,100 


Clifford J. McGregor 


2,700 


H. Clark Fuller 


2,000 


Frank A. Math 


2,800 


Eric R. Miller 


3,200 


Ross 0. Miller 


2,300 


William W. Talbott 


3.200 


Ralph C. Mize. 


Associate meteorologist, Juneau, Alaska 

Assistant meteorologist, Terre Haute, Ind 

Assistant meteorologist, Greensboro, N.C 


3,700 


Otto E. Moery 


2,700 


James P. Molen 


2,700 




2,200 






Yt 

Kans 

Wis... 


2d 

8th.... 


2.100 


Fred Myers 


Junior meteorologist, Tatoosh Island, Wash.. 

Junior meteorologist, Rock Springs, Wyo 

Assistant meteorologist, Binghamton, N.Y 

Assistant meteorologist, Cape Henry, Va 


2.400 


Ralph W. Neick 


2, 100 


Thomas E. Reed 






2,700 


Clement R. White 






2,600 


Esek S. Nichols 


Associate meteorologist, Harlingen, Tex 

Associate meteorologist, Boise, Idaho 

Assistant meteorologist, Cleveland, Ohio 


Mont 




3, 200 


Harry G. Carter 


Nebr.... 

Mass 

N.C 

Ind 

Mich 

111 

111 

Tex 

Iowa 

N.Y.... 


3d 

6th.... 
4th.... 
4th.... 
12th... 
12th... 

25th... 
8th_.__ 
llth... 
37th... 


3,200 


Milton W. Davis 


2,700 




4,800 


Harold P. Parker 


Assistant meteorologist, Bellefonte, Pa 

Assistant meteorologist, Marquette, Mich 

Associate meteorologist, Albuquerque, N. 

Mex. 
Assistant meteorologist, Galveston, Tex 


2,700 


Henry R. Patrick. .. 


2,800 


Samuel P. Peterson 


3,200 


Ira C. Plummer 


2,600 


Arthur W. Pugh... 


2,500 


Ulysses G. Purssell 

Llewellyn Raplee 


Associate meteorologist, Minneapolis, Minn.. 

Junior meteorologist, Hartford, Conn 

Junior meteorologist, Macon, Ga. ...... 


3,400 
2,100 


George A. Clark .. 


2,000 


Charles D. Reed 


Senior meteorologist (cooperative) Des 

Moines, Iowa. 
Senior meteorologist and assistant district 

forecaster, San Francisco, Calif. 
Junior meteorologist, Columbia, Mo 


Iowa 

Calif.... 


2d 

llth... 


2 2, 800 


Thomas R. Reed. 


4,600 


Olin R. Rogers 


2.200 


John J. Murphy 


Assistant meteorologist, Norfolk, Va 


Maine.. 

Iowa 

S.Dak.. 


16th... 
9th.... 
2d 


2,600 


Orris W. Roberts 


Associate meteorologist, Bismarck, N.Dak... 


3,700 


Millard V. Robins .. 


3,800 


Elward W. Holcomb 


Associate meteorologist, Springfield, 111.. .. 


3,200 


George V. Sager 


Associate meteorologist, Reno, Nev 


N.Y 

Ohio 

Iowa 


30th... 
15th... 


3,200 


John E. Sanders 


Assistant meteorologist, Knoxville, Tenn 

Junior meteorologist, Tucson, Ariz 


2,600 


Harold A. Sawyer 


2,000 


James H. Scarr 


Principal meteorologist, New York, N.Y 

Assistant meteorologist, Brownsville, Tex 

Assistant meteorologist, Charlotte, N.C 

Associate meteorologist, Lansing, Mich 

Assistant meteorologist, El Paso, Tex 


Calif.... 

Mo 

N.Y 

111. 

Tex 

Vt 

Iowa 

Iowa 

Pa 


3d 

13th... 
40th... 
16th... 
10th... 

2d 

2d 

7th. ... 
16th... 


5,800 


William J. Schnurbusch 

Stanley S. Schworm 


2,700 
2,700 


Dewey A. Seeley 


3,300 


Robert M. Shaver 


2,700 




2,400 


Julius M. Sherier 


Principal meteorologist and district fore- 
caster, Denver, Colo. 

Assistant meteorologist, North Platte, Nebr.. 

Associate meteorologist, Davenport, Iowa 

Associate meteorologist, Oklahoma City, 
Okla. 


6,000 


Alphonso W. Shilling 


2,800 


Truman G. Shipman 


3,200 


Harry F. Wahlgren 


3,200 




Iowa 

Ala 

Kans 

Mont... 

Mich 

Ohio 

Calif 


llth... 
9th.... 

7th. ... 

2d 

8th.... 
16th— 


2,000 


Jesse W. Smith 


Assistant meteorologist, Winnemucca, Nev_. 
Associate meteorologist, Montgomery, Ala... 
Senior observer, Lander, Wyo .. .. 


2,900 




3,200 


Hugh D. Spangler 


2,100 


James H. Spencer... ... 


Senior meteorologist, Buffalo, N.Y 


4,600 


Harvey H. Spindler 


Assistant meteorologist, Escanaba, Mich 


2,800 


Lester A. Staples 


1,800 


Fov N. Hibbard 








2,600 


Andrew R. W. Stoesen 

William A. Mitchell 


Senior observer, Austin, Tex... 

Assistant meteorologist, Savannah, Ga 


S.C 


1st.... 


2,200 
2,600 


Martin B. Stubbs.. 


Assistant meteorologist, Wichita, Kans 

Associate meteorologist, Columbia, S.C 


Tex 

Ind 


12th... 
4th.... 


2,600 


Richard H. Sullivan 


3,700 




3,400 


Charles C. Williford .. 








2,600 


Edgar H. Fletcher 








2,600 


Leland T. Pierce 


Assistant meteorologist, Asheville, N.C. 






2,600 


Ralph W. Thomas... 


Assistant meteorologist, Erie, Pa 


Pa 


25th... 


2,600 


Albert D. Sanial .. 




2,000 


Howard J. Thompson 


Associate meteorologist, Fairbanks, Alaska... 


Mich 




3,300 



» Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



73 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


" Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Weather Bureau— Continued 

Regular Meteorological Field 
Stations— Continued 


Assistant meteorologist, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Junior meteorologist, Baker, Oreg.. 






$2, 600 


Tony B. Trexler . 


Calif 




2,100 


Samuel B. Trotter 


Junior meteorologist, Wytheville, Va 


Tenn.... 

R.I 

N.J 

N.Y.... 


2d 

1st.... 

2d 

38th... 


2,200 




Junior meteorologist, Block Island, R.I 

Asssitant meteorologist, Meridian, Miss 

Assistant meteorologist, Rochester, N.Y 

Meteorologist, Atlanta, Ga 


2,300 


Ellwood E. Unger 


2,700 


Jesse L. Vanderpool 


2,800 




3,800 


John F. Voorhees 


Associate meteorologist, Honolulu, Hawaii ... 

Associate meteorologist, Baltimore, Md 

Senior meteorologist, Portland, Oreg 


Tenn... . 
S.Dak.. 
Idaho. .. 
Idaho 


2d 

1st 

2d 


3,300 




3,400 


Edward L. Wells 


4,600 


Roy A. Wells... 


Assistant meteorologist, Redding, Calif 

Assistant meteorologist, Scranton, Pa 

Assistant meteorologist, Fort Wayne, Ind 

Assistant meteorologist, Alpena, Mich 

Senior observer, Modena, Utah 


2,800 


Ralph C. West— 


N.Y.... 
Idaho... 

Oreg 

Mont 


29th... 

2d 

18th... 


2,600 


Bernard B. Whittier.. 


2,700 


Abe Wiesner 


2,600 




2,100 




Meteorologist, Ithaca, N.Y 


N.Y 

Conn... 
Okla.... 


33d— 

2d 

8th..._ 


3,800 


Charles S. Wood .. 


Assistant meteorologist, Providence, R.I 

Assistant meteorologist, Sheridan, Wyo 

Assistant observer, Sandberg, Calif 


2,800 


Will L. Wyland. 


2,800 




1,740 


Bureau of Animal Industry 
John R. Mohler .. 


Chief 


Pa 

Pa 

Mo 

Ohio.... 
Ky 

Mass 

Wis 

N.Mex.. 

Okla.... 
Ill 

Md 

Pa 

D.C 


1st 

7th— 
5th— 
18th... 
6th... . 
12th... 
4th.... 

AtL.. 

3d— 
8th— 

5th— 
4th— 


8,500 




Associate Chief 


6,500 


Arthur W. Miller * 


Assistant Chief 


5,800 


Charles C. Carroll 


Senior administrative officer 


4,800 




Senior administrative assistant 


3,600 




Attorney 


4,200 


Dallas S. Burch.. 


Assistant to Chief, in charge of public infor- 
mation. 

Junior administrative assistant in charge of 
personnel. 

Administrative assistant in charge of accounts.. 

Junior administrative assistant in charge of 
bookkeeping, budget, and reports. 

Assistant librarian, in charge of library 

Principal veterinarian in charge of Pathologi- 
cal Division. 

Principal A^eterinarian in charge of experi- 
ment station, Bethesda, Md. 

Principal biochemist in charge of Biochemic 
Division. 

Principal zoologist in charge of Zoological 
Division. 

Associate Chief of Bureau and in charge of 
division of hog-cholera control. 

Assistant Chief of Bureau and in charge of 
Packers and Stockyards Division. 

Principal veterinarian in charge of Field In- 
spection Division. 

Principal veterinarian in charge of Tick Erad- 
ication Division. 

Principal animal husbandman in charge of 
Animal Husbandry Division. 

Principal veterinarian in charge of Division 
of Virus-Serum Control. 

Principal veterinarian in charge of Meat In- 
spection Division. 

Principal veterinarian in charge of Tubercu- 
losis Eradication Division. 


4,800 


George R. Brown 


2,900 


George F. Tucker 


3,300 


Harry E. Moran 


3,200 


Mary F. Thompson . 


2,800 


Scientific and Regulatory 
Divisions 

Harry W. Schoening 


5,600 


William E. Cotton. 


5,000 


Marion Dorset 


Pa 

Mich 

Pa 

Mo 

Calif.... 
N.Y.... 
W.Va... 

Ohio 

111 

Mass — 


4th.... 

3d 

7th— 
5th— 
11th— 
5th— 

3d 

7th— 
15th... 
13th... 


6,000 


Maurice C. Hall 


5,600 


Ulysses G. Houck.. 


6,500 


Arthur W. Miller... 


5,800 


George W. Pope 


5,600 


William M. MacKellar 

Earl W. Sheets. 


5,600 
5,600 


Don I. Skidmore 


5,600 


Rice P. Steddom 


5,600 


Alexander E. Wight 


5,600 







3 Also in charge of division of hog-cholera control. 
* Also in charge of Packers and Stockyards Division. 

10143—33 6 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Animal Industry — 

Continued 

Field Headquarters 

In charge of Meat Inspection 
Field Stations 

Emmett P. Barnhart.. 


Associate veterinarian, Albany, N.Y . 


Ohio 

Nebr— . 

Pa 

Mich 

Ind 

Mo 

Mo 

Pa 

N.J 

111 

Pa 

N.Y.... 

Ill 

Calif.... 

111.. 

Mass 

N.Y.... 

Ohio 

Idaho... 

Iowa 

Tex 

Mo 

Ill 

Ohio 

N.Y 

Mass 

Ohio 

111 

Mich 

Mass 

Iowa 

111 

111 

Iowa 

Ohio 

111 

Kans 

Colo 

Mo 

N.Y 

Kans 

Pa 

Okla.... 

Mo 

Kans 

N.Y_... 

Ky 

W.Va... 

Ohio 

N.J 

Ill 

N.Y 

Mo 

Calif.... 

Ohio 

Mo. 

Iowa 

Mass 

Kans 

N.J 

Wis 

N.Y 

N.Y.... 

Mo 

N.Y 

D.C 


12th... 

2d 

28th... 
4th.... 
7th. ... 
5th.... 
5th.... 
6th..-. 
10th ... 
6th.... 
12th... 

3d 

15th... 
4th.... 

1st 

15th... 
34th... 
12th... 

2d 

9th... _ 
8th.... 
5th.... 

3d 

2d 

1st.... 
10th... 
12th... 
15th... 
9th.... 

2d 

2d 

llth... 
12th... 
7th— 
10th... 
llth... 
5th_... 

2d 

5th.... 
55th... 
5th... . 
8th.... 
8th— 

4th 

2d 

3d 

5th— 
6th— 

1st 

6th.... 

1st 

22d— 
5th— 
llth... 
18th... 
4th—. 
llth— 

3d 

5th.... 
6th.... 
10th... 
43d.... 
35th... 

5th.... 
6th.... 


$3,400 


Le Roy P. McArdle 


Associate veterinarian, Albert Lea, Minn 

Associate veterinarian, Allentown, Pa 

Assistant veterinarian, Anderson, Ind— 

Assistant veterinarian, Arkansas City, Kans. 
Assistant veterinarian, Athens, Ohio 


3,200 




3,200 




3,000 


Frank E. Haworth 


3,100 


Pleasant J. Huffman, Jr 


3,200 






3,400 




Assistant veterinarian, Auburn, Maine 


3,000 




3,300 


Daniel D. Tierney 


Associate veterinarian, Austin, Minn. 

Senior veterinarian, Baltimore, Md_. 


3,800 


Robert W. Culbert 


4,600 




Assistant veterinarian, Bellows Falls, Vt 

Associate veterinarian, Birmingham, Ala 

Assistant veterinarian, Boise, Idaho 


2,800 


Orrin E. Barth 


3,200 




3,100 


Ralph F. Vermilya 


4,600 


James E. Standing 


Principal lay inspector, Bridgeport, Conn 


2,300 




4,600 
3,100 




Assistant veterinarian, Burlington, Vt 


Wilbur R. Kidwell 


2,600 




Associate veterinarian, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.. 

Principal lay inspector, Charlotte, N.C 

Associate veterinarian, Chattanooga, Tenn... 


3,200 




2,400 




3,200 
4,600 




Clarence T. N. Marsh 

William W. Lawson 


Associate chemist, Chicago, 111 

Associate veterinarian, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Principal lay inspector, Claremont, N.H 

Veterinarian, Cleveland, Ohio .. 


3,600 
3,800 




2,300 


Carroll P. Hart 


3,800 


Don B. Strickler 


Assistant veterinarian, Columbus, Ga 

Associate veterinarian, Columbus, Ohio - 

Principal lay inspector, Cumberland, Md 

Associate veterinarian, Davenport, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Dayton, Ohio 


3,100 




3,200 


William T. Kennedy 


2,300 




3,200 




3, 300 


Lynnford C. Butterfield.. ... 


3,500 


Charles W. Deming 


Assistant veterinarian, Des Moines, Iowa 


3,200 




3,800 




Assistant veterinarian, Dubuque, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Duluth, Minn 

Assistant veterinarian, Eau Claire, Wis 


3,100 




3,200 


Virgil W. Woolen 


3,000 




3,100 






3,200 
3,300 


Orrin W. Noyes.. 


Associate veterinarian, Evansville, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Fergus Falls, Minn... 

Principal lay inspector, Fort Smith, Ark 

Assistant veterinarian, Fort Wayne, Ind 

Associate veterinarian, Fort Worth, Tex 

Assistant veterinarian, Fostoria, Ohio 

Assistant veterinarian, Frankfort, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Frederick, Md 

Associate veterinarian, Grand Forks, N. Dak- 




2,800 


Roy A. Wight 


2,300 


George M. Dorman 


3,100 


Clarence J. Young 


3,700 


Arthur W. Combs 


3,000 




3,100 


Guy S. Jackson . . .. 


3,000 


Mathias E. Schwab 


3,200 




2,800 
3,300 




Associate veterinarian, Harrisburg, Pa 


Charles D. Sherman .. 


2,500 


Ralph E. Noyes. 


Associate veterinarian, Henderson, Ky 


3,200 


Augutus S. Martin 


3,800 




Associate veterinarian, Houston, Tex... 

Associate veterinarian, Huron, S.Dak 


3,200 




3,200 


Clarence L. Elliott . 


3,800 


Henry E. Brown. 


Associate veterinarian, Jacksonville, Fla 

Assistant veterinarian, Jacksonville, 111 

Associate veterinarian, Jersey City, N.J 


3,300 




3,100 




3,600 


John B. Thompson 


3,000 


Joseph S. Jenison . 


Senior veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans 

Associate laboratory inspector, Kansas City, 
Kans. 


5,000 


Hugh C. Kershner 


3,400 


Joseph Stafford 


2,900 


Meyer W. Cohen . 


Associate veterinarian, Kingston, N.Y 

Associate veterinarian, Knoxville, Tenn 

Assistant veterinarian, Lafayette, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Leavenworth, Kans.. 
Associate veterinarian, Lewiston, Idaho 


3,200 


Samuel A. King 


3,400 


Joseph M. Jehle 


Ohio 

Kans 

Ohio.... 


1st 

2d 

16th... 


3,200 


Clarence B. Henderson 

Carl A. Johnston 


3,000 
3,200 



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75 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Animal Industry- 
Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

In charge of Meat Inspection 
Field Stations— Continued 




Okla.... 
Ill 

Ohio.— 

Mo 

Minn... 

Ohio 

Ga 

Iowa 

Ind 

Ala 

D.C 


5th.. .. 

2d 

4th— 

4th 

10th... 
12th... 

2d 

1st 

2d 

4th— 


$3, 800 
3 600 




Associate veterinarian, Louisville, Ky.. 

Assistant veterinarian, Lyndenville, Vt 




2,900 
3 000 






Associate veterinarian, Madison, Wis 

Assistant veterinarian, Manchester, N.H 

Associate veterinarian, Mason City, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Memphis, Tenn 

Assistant veterinarian, Menominee, Mich 


3 200 




3 100 




3,300 




3 400 




3, 100 




2 800 




Associate veterinarian, Milwaukee, Wis 

Associate veterinarian, Mishawaka, Ind 

Associate veterinarian, Mitchell, S.Dak 

Assistant veterinarian, Montgomery, Ala 

Assistant veterinarian, Moscow, Idaho 


3,500 
3 300 




Ohio 

Ohio 

111. 

W.Va— 
Ohio.--- 
Ohio.... 

Ga. 

Ohio 

Ohio...- 

Md 

Mo 

N.Y 

N.Y 

Ohio 

Iowa 

Minn 

Nebr— 

Mich 

Mo 

111 - 

Pa 

Kans 

Pa 

Mo 

Pa 

R.I 

111 

Mass 

Idaho. -. 

Iowa 

N.C 

Kans 

111 

Pa 

Kans 

Ind 

Del 

Mich 

W.Va— 
Tenn— 

N.Y 

Iowa 

N.Y 

Calif. -„ 

Nebr.— 

Kans 

Mo 

Wis 

Pa 

Pa 

Ohio 

111 

D.C 


4th— 

2d 

4th.._. 
4th... . 

4th 

12th... 
10th... 
12th— 

4th—. 
6th.... 

2d 

40th... 
20th... 
7th— 
11th— 

4th 

2d 

6th.._- 
5th— 
9th— 
6th— 
5th— 

1st 

4th— 
8th— 

1st 

22d„. . 

3d 

1st 

3d 

3d 

2d 

6th— 
13th... 
8th—. 
4th.— 
At L.. 
6th.— 
5th— 
9th— 
37th.._ 

1st 

10th... 
6th. ... 

2d 

2d 

5th.... 
4th— 
7th— 
13th... 
12th... 
2d 




3 200 


Frank M. Welch 


2,800 
3, 100 




Roy V Rafnel . 


3,000 
3,300 
2 300 


Robert H. Nutt 


Associate veterinarian, Nashville, Tenn 

Principal lay inspector, Natchez, Miss 

Senior veterinarian, National Stock Yards, 
111. 




Charles F. Payne 


4 600 


Clifford L Hall 


3 300 




Assistant veterinarian, New Haven, Conn... 
Associate veterinarian, New Orleans, La 


3 200 




3 500 


Alvin F. Staub 


4 600 






2 800 






2 900 


Frank G. Miller .- 




3 400 




Associate veterinarian, Oklahoma City, Okla. 


3 400 


William C. Herrold 


4 600 






3 600 




Associate veterinarian, Ottumwa, Iowa 


3 800 




3 100 




Associate veterinarian, Philadelphia, Pa 


3 800 




3 300 


Arthur N. Smith 




3 200 


David C. Wilke . 


Assistant veterinarian, Pittsburg, Kans 

Associate veterinarian, Pittsburgh, Pa 


2 700 


Harry K. Walter. . . . . 


3 500 




3 100 




Assistant veterinarian, Pocomoke City, Md._ 

Principal lay inspector, Portland, Me — 

Associate veterinarian, Portland, Oreg 


3 100 




2 400 


Paul P. Taylor 


3 500 




3 200 




Associate veterinarian, Poughkeepsie, N.Y— 
Associate veterinarian, Providence, R.I 


3 200 




3 500 


Albert E. Evans 


3 300 






3 100 


Wilbur K. Shidler 




2 800 


Henry R. Schrumpf . ... 


Assistant veterinarian, Richmond, Ind 

Associate veterinarian, Richmond, Va 


2,800 




3 700 




3 600 




Assistant veterinarian, Salisbury, Md 

Assistant veterinarian, Salt Lake City, Utah- 
Assistant veterinarian, San Diego, Calif 

Assistant veterinarian. Sandpoint, Idaho 


3,100 




3 100 




3 200 


William R. McCall 


3 000 




3 800 




Associate laboratory inspector, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Associate veterinarian, Seattle, Wash 

Principal lay inspector, Shreveport, La 


3 300 




3 700 




2,500 
3,000 


Frederick L. Tritle 


Alfred D. Bullock 


Senior veterinarian, Sioux City, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Sioux Falls, S.Dak... 
Assistant veterinarian, South Kortright, N.Y. 


4,600 




3 400 


Albert R. Miller 


2,900 
4,000 


Bernhard J. Stockier 




Senior veterinarian, South St. Paul, Minn... 

Associate veterinarian, Spokane, Wash 

Associate veterinarian, Springfield, Mass 

Associate veterinarian, Tacoma, Wash 

Associate veterinarian, Terre Haute, Ind 


4,600 


John R. Aufente.. 


3,700 


Milton T. Perry .. 


Mass 

Colo 

Kans 


4th.... 

2d 

2d 


3 300 


Archie N. McGregor 


3,200 


Michael W. McGuire 


3,200 



76 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Animal Industry- 
Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

In charge of Meat Inspection 
Field Stations— Continued 

Harlow G. Potter.. 


Principal lay inspector, Texarkana, Tex 

Associate veterinarian, Topeka, Kans 

Assistant veterinarian, Tuscaloosa, Ala 

Assistant veterinarian, Union City, Tenn 

Principal lay inspector, Vicksburg, Miss 

Assistant veterinarian, Walla Walla, Wash... 

Associate veterinarian, Washington, D.C 

Associate veterinarian, Waterloo, Iowa 

Assistant veterinarian, Watertown, S. Dak- 
Associate veterinarian, Wheeling, W.Va 

Associate veterinarian, West Fargo, N.Dak.. 

Associate veterinarian, Wichita, Kans 

Associate veterinarian, Wilmington, Del 

Principal lay inspector, Wilmington, N.C 

Assistant veterinarian, Winona, Minn 

Principal lay inspector, Worcester, Mass 

Assistant veterinarian, Yakima, Wash 

Principal lay inspector, Youngstown, Ohio— 
Assistant veterinarian, Zanesville, Ohio 

Assistant animal husbandman, Ardmore, 
S.Dak. 


Mo 

Kans 

Ala 

Ky 

Mo 

Colo 

Pa 

Iowa 

Mont... 

Ind 

Kans 

Mo 

Pa 

Minn... 
Colo.... 

Mass 

Ohio 

Pa 

Ohio 

Mont... 

Ind 

Fla 

Calif— 

Pa 

La 

W.Va... 

Ind 

Wash... 

Iowa 

Va 

Mo 

Md 

Kans 

S.Dak.. 

Mo 

111 

N.Mex_- 
Nebr— . 

111 

N.Y 

Calif- 
Ill 

Ohio 

Kans 

Kans 

Pa 

Mass 

111 

Pa 


4th.... 
5th.. .. 
5th.... 

1st 

4th— 
2d 

nth... 

5th.... 
14th___ 
4th-.. 

2d 

5th.„_ 

2d 

3d 

2d 

8th— 
12th... 
8th.._. 
9th— 

2d 

9th— 

1st 

6th— 

21st... 

3d 

6th— 

2d 

4th.... 

7th— 

3d 

4th— 
5th.... 

3d 

1st 

4th— 
7th— 

At L- 

2d 

21st... 
37th... 
11th... 

1st 

12th... 
5th..„ 

2d 

14th... 
9th— 
11th... 
32d— 


$2, 400 




3,400 




2,800 




3,000 


Harvey H. Culver ... 


2,300 


Russell S. Griffin 


3,100 




3,400 




3, 500 




3,100 
3,400 
3,300 








3,500 




3,300 




2,400 




3,100 




2,500 




2,800 




2,400 


William 0. McHugh 


3,200 


In charge of Animal Husbandry 
Field Stations 


2,900 

4,000 
3,800 

2 2, 960 

3,300 

4,400 
2,800 

2 3, 200 


Benjamin F. Brandon... 

William F. Ward 


Agent in animal husbandry (cooperative), 

Brooksville, Fla. 
Associate animal husbandman, Dubois, 

Idaho. 
Associate poultry husbandman, Glendale, 

Ariz. 
Agent in animal husbandry, Jeanerette, La— 
Agent in animal hunbandry, Lewisburg, 

W.Va. 
Associate animal husbandman (cooperative), 

McNeil, Miss. 
Associate animal husbandman, Middlebury, 

Vt. 
Senior animal husbandman, Miles City, 

Mont. 










Smith W. Greene 


Earl B. Krantz 


2, 900 


James R. Quesenberry 

In charge of Hog-cholera Field 
Stations 

Charles N. McBryde 


4,400 

4,200 

3,400 

(*) 

3,500 

3,500 

3,500 






Mark F. Welsh 




William F. Biles . 


Associate veterinarian, Frankfort, Ky 

Associate veterinarian, Jefferson City, Mo... 

Associate veterinarian, Lincoln, Nebr 

Associate veterinarian, Springfield, 111 

Senior veterinarian, Albuquerque, N.Mex 








3,400 

4,600 
4,100 
3,500 
3,000 
2,700 


In charge of Field Inspection 
Stations 

Frederick L. Schneider. 




Associate veterinarian, Bismarck, N.Dak 

Assistant veterinarian, Calais, Maine 

Assistant veterinarian, Calexico, Calif 

Associate veterinarian, Cheyenne, Wyo 








3,400 
3,500 
3,300 
3,500 
3,100 








James W. Murdoch __ 


Associate veterinarian, Helena, Mont 

Assistant veterinarian, Houlton, Maine 

Associate veterinarian, Lancaster, Pa 

Senior veterinarian, London, England 

Assistant veterinarian, Newport, Vt 




Henry S. Weber. . 


3,300 


Richard W. Tuck 


4,600 


John E. Spindler 


3,000 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
s Salary paid entirely by State agency. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



77 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Animal Industry- 
Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

In charge of Field Inspection 
Stations— Continued 



James Fleming 

Clarence O. Benson 

James C. Exline. 

Robert A. Given 

Daniel G. Shumway 

Augustus Berden 

Walter E. Howe 

Frank E. Murray 

William Thompson 

Francisco Menendez Guillot. 
L. N. Dodge 



In charge of Branch Pathological 
Laboratories 



Walter J. Hall 

Hubert Bunyea 

L. Enos Day. 

George W. Stiles, Jr. 



In charge of Tick Eradication 
Field Stations 



William A. McDonald- 
Walter K. Lewis 



Howard L. Darby. 
Hartwell Robbins. 
Truman W. Cole- 
Seaborn H. Still- 
Roy E. Jackson 

Leslie J. Allen 



In charge of Tuberculosis Eradi- 
cation Field Stations 

Harry B. Leonard 



James R. Corliss 

Edward B. Simonds. 



John T. Dallas 

Edgar A. Grossman. 



Howard M. Newton.. 

Walter A. Sullivan 

John J. Lintner. 

Albert J. DeFossett... 

John A. Barger 

John B. Reidy 

Robert L. Smith 

Herman Busman. 

Theodore S. Rich 

James S. Healy 

Lionel H. Adams 

Hugh L. Fry.... 

Clark H. Hays... 

Samuel B. Foster 

Arden L. Hirleman... 
Roscoe E. Brookbank. 

Warren J. Fretz 

Norris L. Townsend.. 
Ellis E. McCoy 



In charge of Virus-serum Control 
Field Stations 

Charles A. Klein.. 

Howard H. Day 

Jesse W. Joss 



Senior veterinarian, New York, N.Y 

Assistant veterinarian, Ogdensburg, N.Y... 

Associate veterinarian, Olympia, Wash 

Assistant veterinarian, Reno, Nev 

Assistant veterinarian, Rouses Point, N.Y.. 

Assistant veterinarian, St. Albans, Vt 

Associate veterinarian, Sacramento, Calif... 
Associate veterinarian, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Associate veterinarian, San Antonio, Tex 

Agent (Coop.), San Juan, P.R... 

Agent, Watertown, N.Y 



Assistant veterinarian, Beltsville, Md. 
Associate veterinarian, Bethesda, Md. 

Associate veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Associate bacteriologist, Denver Colo. 



Associate veterinarian, Baton Rouge, La 

Senior veterinarian (cooperative), Columbia, 
S.C. 

Senior veterinarian, Fort Worth, Tex 

Veterinarian, Jackson, Miss , 

Veterinarian, Jacksonville, Fla. , 

Associate veterinarian, Little Rock, Ark 

Associate veterinarian, Montgomery, Ala 

Senior veterinarian, Oklahoma City, Okla._. 



Senior veterinarian (cooperative), Albany, 

Junior veterinarian, Augusta, Maine 

Associate veterinarian (cooperative), Balti- 
more, Md. 

Associate veterinarian, Boise, Idaho 

Senior veterinarian (cooperative), Boston, 

Mass. 
Veterinarian (cooperative) Charleston, W.Va. 

Associate veterinarian, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Associate veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Senior veterinarian, Columbus, Ohio 

Senior veterinarian, Des Moines, Iowa 

Veterinarian, Harrisburg, Pa 

Associate veterinarian, Hartford, Conn 

Veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind 

Senior veterinarian, Lansing, Mich 

Senior veterinarian, Madison, Wis 

Associate veterinarian, Montpelier, Vt 

Associate veterinarian, Nashville, Tenn 

Associate veterinarian, Pierre, S.Dak 

Associate veterinarian, Portland, Oreg 

Associate veterinarian, Raleigh, N.C. 

Associate veterinarian, Richmond, Va 

Senior veterinarian, St. Paul, Minn 

Associate veterinarian, Topeka, Kans 

Assistant veterinarian, Trenton, N.J 



Assistant veterinarian, Albany, Ga 

Associate veterinarian, Denver, Colo— .' 

Associate veterinarian, East St. Louis, 111.. 



Nebr.. 
N.Y.. 
Colo.. 
Colo.. 
N.Y.. 
N.J... 
N.Y.. 
Ohio.. 
I1L... 
P.R— 
N.Y.. 



Mont. 
Ky.... 

Mo... 
Okla.. 



2d... 
21st. 
2d... 



28th. 
6th.. 
29th. 
6th.. 
10th. 



32d.. 



2d... 
7th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 



Mo 

S.C 

D.C 


7th.... 
3d 


Ala 

Tex 

Ala 

Conn 

Mo 


2d 

4th.__. 
5th.._. 

1st 

5th.... 



Ohio. 



Vt.. 
D.C. 



1st.... 
1st 



Ohio 

Mass 

Ohio 

111 

111. 

Ohio 

Nebr 

N.Y 

Nebr— 

Mich 

N.Y 

111 

Mass 

Pa 

Ohio 

Oreg 

Pa 

Ind 

Pa 

N.J 

Nebr— 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Kans. 



12th. 
13th. 

11th. 
1st.. 
11th. 
12th. 
4th.. 
37th. 
6th.. 
5th.. 
39th. 
10th. 
14th. 
16th. 
12th. 
3d... 
16th. 
6th„ 
8th.. 
2d— 
3d— 



2d.. 

lst. 
1st.. 



$4,100 
3,000 
3,600 
2,900 
3,000 
2,700 

• 3, 700 
3,700 
3,400 
6 7.50 

8 12. 00 



2,800 
3,400 
3,800 
3,800 



3,500 
2 2, 300 

4, 600 
3,800 
4,000 
3,400 
3,600 
4,600 



2 3, 600 

2,600 
2 3,400 

3,400 
» 4, 100 

2 2, 300 
3,400 
3,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4,000 
3,500 
4,000 
4,600 
4,600 
3,500 
3,400 
3,200 
3,500 
3,400 
3,500 
4,600 
3,600 
3,100 



3,000 
3, 500 
3,500 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
8 Per diem. 



78 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Animal Industry- 
Continued 

Field Headquarters — Con. 

In charge of Virus-serum Con- 
trol Field Stations— Continued 

De Lois G. Tepfer 

Ernest E. Lollar 

John D. Stillwell 

Fern A. Imler... 

Earl H. Carter.... 

Frederick A. Grenfell 

Joseph S. Clark 

Leslie B. Vermillion 

Walter J. Stewart 

Charles B. Clement 

James F. Park 

Fred N. Elwell 

In charge of Zoological Field 
Stations 

Lawrence Avery 

Robert Jay 

Marion Imes 

Hayes B. Raffensperger 

In charge of Packers and Stock- 
yards Field Stations 

James F. Gibbons 

Vernon E. Foster 

Mason L. Haskell 

James Christensen 

Loren W. Krake 

John H. Ruff 

Ardo W. Joy 

George E. Butin 

Hermann C. Henrici 

Claudius D. Ashmore 

Sterling M. Price 

Theodore J. Perrin 

Charles S. Jones 

Frank J. Miller 

Paul McCormick, Jr 

Charles F. Walker 

Lester C. Jennings 

Raymond L. Lisle 

James R. Plumb 

Walter A. Williams 

Orion E. Dyson. 

Bureau of Dairy Industry 

Ollie E. Reed 

John M. Kemper 

Leo S. Richardson 

Karl E. Parks 

Carrie B. Sherfy 

Scientific Divisions 

Lore A. Rogers 

Roy R. Graves 

Ernest Kelly 

John C. McDowell 

Raymond W. Bell 

Field Stations 

Thomas W. Moseley 

David V. Kopland 



Associate veterinarian, Fort Dodge, Iowa 
Associate veterinarian, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind 

Senior veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans._ 

Associate veterinarian, Omaha, Nebr 

Associate veterinarian, Pearl River, N.Y. 
Associate veterinarian, St. Joseph, Mo... 
Associate veterinarian, Sioux City, Iowa- 
Associate veterinarian, Stockton, Calif 

Assistant veterinarian, Topeka, Kans 

Assistant veterinarian, West Plains, Mo. 
Associate veterinarian, Wichita, Kans 



Assistant veterinarian, Beltsville, Md— 
Associate veterinarian, Corvallis, Oreg. 
Senior veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans 
Associate veterinarian, Moultrie, Ga... 



District supervisor, Buffalo, N.Y__ 

District supervisor, Chicago, 111 

District supervisor, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Division supervisor, Denver, Colo 

District supervisor, Denver, Colo 

District supervisor, Fort Worth, Tex 

District supervisor, Indianapolis, Ind 

District supervisor, Kansas City, Mo 

Principal valuation engineer, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

District supervisor, Los Angeles, Calif 

District supervisor, Montgomery, Ala 

District supervisor, Nashville, Tenn 

District supervisor, National Stock Yards, 111 

District supervisor, New York, N.Y 

District supervisor, North Portland, Oreg— 

District supervisor, Omaha, Nebr 

District supervisor, Pittsburgh, Pa 

District supervisor, Sioux City, Iowa 

District supervisor, South St. Joseph, Mo... 
District supervisor, South St. Paul, Minn— 
District supervisor, Wichita, Kans 

Chief 

Assistant to the Chief 

Assistant to the Chief 

Associate dairy engineer 

Junior librarian 



Chief, Division of Dairy Research Labora- 
tories. 

Chief, Division of Dairy Cattle Breeding, 
Feeding, and Management. 

Chief, Division of Market Milk Investiga- 
tions. 

Chief, Division of Dairy Herd Improvement 
Investigations. 

Chief, Division of Dairy Manufacturing In- 
vestigations and Introduction. 



Dairy husbandman, Beltsville, Md 

Assistant dairy husbandman, Huntley, Mont. 



Kans.. 
Ind... 
Iowa.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
D.C.. 
N.Y.. 

Ill 

Md... 

Ill 

Ala... 
Iowa.. 



N.Y. 
Iowa. 
N.H. 
Pa... 



Minn 
Okla. 
Kans. 
Tex_. 
Mich. 
Wyo. 
Iowa. 
Nebr. 
Mo.. 

Ala._ 
Tenn. 
La... 
Okla. 
Minn. 
Mont. 
Tex.. 
Kans. 
Colo.. 
Kans. 
Minn. 
111-... 



Mich. 
Ky— . 
Minn. 
Mass. 
Pa..- 



N.Y.. 
Oreg.. 
N.J... 
Wis... 
N.Y_. 



Mont- 
S.Dak. 



5th. . 
7th.. 
11th. 
12th. 
9th.. 



23d.. 
19th. 
4th- 
2d... 
8th.. 
7th.. 



11th. 
2d— 
1st.. 

17th. 



4th... 
4th... 
2d.... 
5th... 
4th— 
At L. 
9th... 
2d.... 
5th._. 

9th... 
6th... 
2d— . 
6th... 
3d... . 
2d— 
12th_. 
1st-.. 
lst.-- 
4th... 
3d— . 
5th— 



6th. 
6th. 
1st. 
8th. 
22d. 



36th. 
1st.. 
7th_. 
lst.. 
31st. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



79 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Dairy Industry- 
Continued 

Field Stations— Continued 

A. Liddon Watt 

Archie G. Van Horn 

Robert F. Flint 

James A. Riley 

John A. Simms 

Charles W. Mclntyre 

Bureau of Plant Industry 

William A. Taylor 

Karl F. Kellerman i 

Henry E. Allanson 

Frank J. Hopkins 

William E. Taylor 

James M. Pickens 

Jessie M. Allen 

Sarah M. Mclnteer 

Evalene O. Dixon 

Scientific Divisions 

Eugene C. Auchter 

Elmer W. Brandes 

Edgar Brown 

Earl C. Butterfield 

J. Wise Byrnes 

Guy N. Collins 

Orator F. Cook 

Frederick V. Coville 

Samuel B. Detwiler. 

LysterH. Dewey... 

Wightman W. Garner 

Thomas H. Kearney 

Karl F. Kellerman 

Clyde E. Leighty 

Max A. McCalL... 

Fred C. Meier 

Haven Metcalf 

Adrian J. Pieters 

Knowles A. Ryerson 

Carl S. Scofield 

Cornelius L. Shear.. 

Gotthold Steiner. 

Warner W. Stockberger 8 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Assistant dairy husbandman, Mandan, N 

Dak. 

Agent in dairying, Woodward, Okla 

Agent in dairying, Grove City, Pa 

Agent in dairying, Columbia, S.C 

Associate dairy husbandman, Lewisburg 

Tenn. 
Agent, Oakwood, Mo 

Chief 

Associate chief 

Assistant chief 

Senior administrative assistant 

Chief clerk 

Assistant in charge of publications 

Librarian 

Personnel clerk 

Budget clerk 



Principal horticulturist, in charge of Division 

of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and Diseases. 
Principal pathologist, in charge of Division 

of Sugar Plant Investigations. 
Principal botanist, in charge of Division of 

Seed Investigations. 
Senior horticulturist and superintendent, in 

charge of Arlington Experiment Farm, 

Rosslyn, Va. 

Assistant, in charge of gardens and grounds 

Principal botanist, in charge of Division of 

Genetics and Biophysics. 
Principal' botanist, in charge of Division of 

Cotton, Rubber, and Other Tropical 

Plants. 
Principal botanist, in charge of Division of 

Botany and acting director of the National 

Arboretum. 
Principal pathologist, in charge of Division of 

Blister Rust Control. 
Senior botanist, in charge of Division of Fiber 

Plant Investigations. 
Principal physiologist, in charge of Division 

of Tobacco and Plant Nutrition. 
Principal physiologist, in charge of Division of 

Egyptian Cotton Breeding. 
Associate chief of bureau, and in charge of 

Divisions of Citrus Canker Eradication and 

Phony Peach Eradication. 
Principal agronomist, in charge of Division of 

Dry Land Agriculture. 
Principal agronomist, in charge of Division of 

Cereal Crops and Diseases. 
Principal pathologist, in charge of Division of 

Barberry Eradication. 
Principal pathologist, in charge of Division of 

Forest Pathology. 
Principal agronomist, in charge of Divi- 
sion of Forage Crops and Diseases. 
Principal horticulturist, in charge of Division 

of Foreign Plant Introduction. 
Principal agriculturist, in charge of Division 

of Western Irrigation Agriculture. 
Principal pathologist, in charge of Division of 

Mycology and Disease Survey. 
Senior nematologist, in charge of Division of 

Nematology. 
Principal physiologist, in charge of Division of 

Drug and Related Plants. 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


N.Dak.. 


3d 


Kans 

N.Dak.. 

S.C 

Conn 


1st 

2d 

7th 
2d 


Mo 


1st 


Mich 

Ohio..-. 
N.Y_... 
D.C 


4th.... 
12th— 
37th.._ 


D.C 




Ala 

Kans 

N.Y 

Ind 


9th— 

8th— . 
35th— 
7th.... 


Md 


5th— - 


Mich 


6th— 


N.Y.... 


1st 


N.Y.... 


26th... 


D.C ... 




N.Y 


31st— 


N.Y 


31st— 


N.Y 


30th.._ 


Pa. 


8th... 


Mich 


2d 


S.C 


6th— 


N.Y 


11th— 


Ohio 


12th„. 


N.Y.... 


37th.._ 


Wash... 


4th— 


Mass 


13th... 


S.C 


3d 


Mich... 


2d 


Calif— 


9th— _ 


Minn... 


10th... 


Nebr.— 


1st 


Md 


5th 


Ohio..-. 


17th 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



i Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
? Also in charge of divisions of Citrus Canker Eradication and Phony Peach Eradication. 
» Also director of Personnel and Business Administration. (See office of the Secretary.) 



80 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Forest Service 
Robert Y. Stuart.. 


Forester and Chief 


Pa 

Utah.... 
Va 

Idaho... 

Ariz 

Maine. . 

N.Y..- 

Mass 

Calif.... 

Mont... 

Calif...- 
Conn 

Conn... 
Mo 

111 

N.Y 

Conn 

Idaho... 

Utah.— 

Mich... 
N.Y.... 
Pa 

La 

Nebr.... 
Nebr.... 

Calif.... 

Mont... 
Minn... 

Mont... 
Wash- 
Mont.-- 
Idaho... 
Mont... 

Colo 

Colo 

Iowa 

Mont... 

Mont- 
Mont— 
Mont... 

Iowa 

S.Dak.. 
Idaho... 
N.Y.... 

Colo 


19th... 

1st 

8th.— 

1st..- 

1st..-. 
2d 

32d„. . 

4th.... 

2d 

1st.... 

9th„. . 

1st.— 

2d 

6th— 

1st.— 

11th— 
2d 

1st.— 

1st.— 

5th— 
llth... 
18th— 

2d 

6th—. 
1st 

2d 

1st— 
4th.... 

1st.... 
5th_— 

1st 

1st 

2d 

1st.... 
1st— 
9th.... 
2d 

1st 

1st 

1st 

1st.... 

3d 

1st 

37th... 

2d 


$8,000 


Edward A. Sherman 


Associate Forester .. ... 


7,000 


Hamilton I. Loving 


Chief of Finance and Accounts 


5,400 

6,000 

6,000 
6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 

6,000 


Service and Technical Divisions 


Assistant forester, in charge of branch of 
operation. 

Assistant forester, in charge of branch of lands. 

Assistant forester, in charge of branch of forest 
management. 

Assistant forester, in charge of branch of 
research. 

Chief engineer, in charge of branch of engi- 
neering. 

Assistant forester, in charge of branch of range 
management. 

Assistant forester, in charge of branch of public 
relations. 


Leon F. Kneipp 


Edward E. Carter 


EarleH. Clapp ._ 


Theodore W. Norcross 

Christopher E. Rachford 

Fred Monell 


Christopher M. Granger 


6,500 
6,000 

8,000 
4,000 

4,800 
6,000 


Carlile P. Winslow 


Director, forest products laboratory, Madi- 
son, Wis. 
Forest taxation economist, New Haven, Conn- 


Fred R. Fairchild 




Forest and Range Experiment 
Stations 


Director, Appalachian station, Asheville, 

N.C. 
Director, Lake States station, St. Paul, Minn. 
Director, Pacific Northwest station, Portland, 

Oreg. 
Director, Northeastern station, New Haven, 

Conn. 
Director, Northern Rocky Mountain station, 

Missoula, Mont. 
Director, Southern station, New Orleans, La.. 
Director, California station, Berkeley, Calif... 
Director, Central States station, Columbus, 

Ohio. 
Director, Allegheny station, Philadelphia, Pa- 
Director, Great Basin station. Ephraim, Utah. 
Director, Southwestern station, Flagstaff, Ariz. 

Regional forester, Missoula, Mont 




Thornton T. Munger 


5,600 
4,600 


C. Edward Behre 


Lyle F. Watts 


4,800 


Elwood L. Demmon . 


5,000 
5,600 
4,800 


Edward I. Kotok 


Willis M. Baker 




5,000 




5,600 


•Gustaf A. Pearson 


5,200 


Northern National Forest 
Region 

Evan W. Kelley 


6,000 


Forest Supervisors 
Eldon H. Myrick 


Clearwater National Forest, Orofino, Idaho.. 
Coeur d'Alene National Forest, Coeur d'- 

Alene, Idaho. 
Nezperce National Forest, Grangeville, Idaho 
Pend Oreille National Forest, Sandpoint, 

Idaho. 

Selway National Forest, Kooskia, Idaho 

St. Joe National Forest, St. Maries, Idaho 

Absaroka National Forest Livingston, Mont.. 
Beaverhead National Forest, Dillon, Mont.. 
Bitterroot National Forest, Hamilton, Mont. 
Blackfeet National Forest, Kalispell, Mont__ 
Cabinet National Forest, Thompson Falls, 

Mont. 
Custer National Forest, Miles City, Mont... 

Deerlodge National Forest, Butte, Mont 

Flathead National Forest, Kalispell, Mont— 
Gallatin National Forest, Bozeman, Mont... 

Helena National Forest, Helena, Mont 

Kootenai National Forest, Libby, Mont 

Lewis and Clark National Forest, Great Falls, 

Mont. 
Lolo National Forest, Missoula, Mont 


3,600 




3,800 


Roy A. Phillips 


4,000 


James E. Ryan 


3,800 


James F. Brooks 


3,500 


Ray R. Fitting 


3,500 


George E. Martin 


3,300 


Alva A. Simpson 


3,800 


John W. Lowell, Jr 


4,200 


William M. Nagel 


3,600 


Arthur H. Abbott 


3,200 




3,600 


R. Trevor Ferguson 


3,300 


Kenneth, Wolfe 


3,800 


James C. Whitham 


3,700 




3,500 


Clyde S. Webb. 


3,800 


Wilford B. Willey.. 


3,800 


Theodore Shoemaker. 


4,600 



OFFICIAL KEGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



81 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 




Forest Service— Continued 

Rocky Mountain National 
Forest Region 

Allen S. Peck 

Forest Supervisors 

Donald E. Clark. 

Charles B. Mack 

Ray Peck 

John V. Leighou 

Harold L. Borden... 

Arthur F. C. Hoffman 

Everard S. Keithley 

Robert E. Clark 

William R. Kreutzer 

Phillip V. Woodhead 

H. Earl French 

Andrew Hutton 

Jarvis S. Veeder 

Lewis R. Rist 

Arthur L Nelson 

Theo. Kreuger ... 

James F. Conner 

Fred B. Agee 

Huber C. Hilton. 

James N. Langworthy 

Wallace J. Pearce 

Harry H. French.. 

Southwestern National Forest 
Region 

Frank C. W. Pooler 

Forest Supervisors 

Ralph W. Hussey. 

Edward Q. Miller 

Frederic Winn 

Rex King 

Francis L. W. Grubb 

Francis L. Kirby 

Theodore T. Swift 

George W. Kimball 

Carroll R. Dwire.. 

John A. Adams 

James A. Scott. 

O. Fred Arthur 

Frank E. Andrews... 

Walter Q. Mann 

Intermountain National Forest 
Region 

Richard H. Rutledge 

Forest Supervisors 

Guy B. Mains.. _ 

Frank S. Moore.. 

Jas. W. Farrell 

Sidney C. Scribner 

Ernest A. Renner 

Sidney S. Stewart. 

William B. Rice. 

John N. Kinney 

Miller S. Benedict 

Samuel W. Stoddard 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Regional forester, Denver, Colo. 



Arapaho National Forest, Hot Sulphur 

Springs, Colo. 

Cochetopa National Forest, Salida, Colo 

Grand Mesa National Forest, Grand Junc- 
tion, Colo. 
Gunnison National Forest, Gunnison, Colo.. 
Holy Cross National Forest, Glenwood 

Springs, Colo. 
Montezuma National Forest, Mancos, Colo... 
Pike National Forest, Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Rio Grande National Forest, Monte Vista, 

Colo. 
Roosevelt National Forest, Fort Collins, Colo. 
Routt National Forest, Steamboat Springs, 

Colo. 

San Isabel National Forest, Pueblo, Colo 

San Juan National Forest, Durango, Colo 

Uncompahgre National Forest, Delta, Colo.. 
White River National Forest, Glenwood 

Springs, Colo. 

Nebraska National Forest, Halsey, Nebr 

Black Hills National Forest, Deadwood, 

S.Dak. 

Harney National Forest, Custer, S.Dak 

Bighorn National Forest, Sheridan, Wyo 

Medicine Bow National Forest, Laramie, Wyo. 

Shoshone National Forest, Cody, Wyo 

Washakie National Forest, Lander, Wyo 

Wichita National Forest, Cache, Okla.. 



Regional forester, Albuquerque, N.Mex. 



Apache National Forest, Springville, Ariz 

Coconino National Forest, Flagstaff, Ariz 

Coronado National Forest, Tucson, Ariz 

Crook National Forest, Safford, Ariz... 

Prescott National Forest, Prescott, Ariz 

Sitgreaves National Forest, Holbrook, Ariz.. 

Tonto National Forest, Phoenix, Ariz 

Tusayan National Forest, Williams, Ariz 

Carson National Forest, Taos, N.Mex 

Cibola National Forest, Albuquerque, N. 
Mex. 

Gila National Forest, Silver City, N.Mex 

Lincoln National Forest, Alamogordo, N.Mex. 
Santa Fe National Forest, Santa Fe, N.Mex. . 
Kaibab National Forest, Kanab, Utah 



Regional forester, Ogden, Utah 

Boise National Forest, Boise, Idaho 

Caribou National Forest, Montpelier, Idaho 

Challis National Forest, Challis, Idaho 

Idaho National Forest, McCall, Idaho 

Lemhi National Forest, Mackay, Idaho 

Minidoka National Forest, Burley, Idaho... 
Payette National Forest, Emmett, Idaho. .. 

Salmon National Forest, Salmon, Idaho 

Sawtooth National Forest, Hailey, Idaho. .. 
Targhee National Forest, St. Anthony, Idaho 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


N.Mex.. 


AtL.. 


Mich 


9th.... 


Colo 


4th.... 


Colo 


4th.... 


S.Dak... 


3d 


Colo 


4th.... 


Colo 


4th— 


Colo 


4th... _ 


Colo.... 


4th.... 


Colo 


4th.... 


Colo 


2d 


Colo 


4th.... 


Pa 


30th— 


Mont.— 


2d 


Colo 


4th.... 


Minn... 


10th... 


Nebr.... 


6th— 


S.Dak... 


2d 


Wyo.... 


AtL- 


Mich 


10th... 


Colo.... 


4th... . 


Colo 


2d 


Colo 


4th— 


Vt 


1st.— 


N.Mex.. 


AtL.. 


Kans 


4th—. 


N.Mex.. 


AtL.. 


N.Y 


34th... 


Colo 


2d 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


Ariz 


At L.. 


Mass 


6th.... 


N.Mex.. 


At L.. 


N.Mex.. 


At L.. 


N.Mex.. 


AtL.. 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


N.Mex. _ 


AtL.. 


Idaho... 


2d 


Idaho... 


1st 


Idaho. .. 


2d 


Oreg 


2d 


Idaho. .. 


1st 


Utah.... 


1st 


Idaho. . 


2d 


Ind 


12th— 


Kans.. . 


4th..„ 


N.Mex.. 


At L- 


Nebr.... 


1st 


Idaho ... 


2d 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



82 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Forest Service— Continued 

Inter mountain National Forest 
Region— Continued 

Forest Supervisors— Contd. 

John Raphael. 

Alexander McQueen 

Chester J. Olsen 

Jas. O. Stewart 

Carl B. Arentson 

Jas. E. Gurr 

Carl A. Mattsson... 

Allen C. Folster 

Joseph W. Humphrey 

Wallace M. Riddle 

Charles DeMoisy, Jr 

Arthur G. Nord 

Arthur C. McCain 

Clarence E. Favre... 

California National Forest 
Fegion 

Stuart B. Show 

Forest Supervisors 

William V. Mendenhall 

Lewis H. Anderson... 

Edwin F. Smith 

Roy Boothe 

Fred D. Douthitt 

Geo. M. Gowen... 

Frank Price 

Fred P. Cronemillar, jr 

David N. Rogers 

Joseph E. Elliott 

Stephen A. Nash-Boulden 

Frank P. Cunningham... 

Thomas J. Jones 

Maurice A. Benedict 

Jesse R. Hall 

Richard L. P. Bigelow. _. 

Millard M. Barnum 

William M. Maule 

North Pacific National Forest 
Fegion 

Clarence J. Buck 

Forest Supervisors 

Carl B. Neal 

John F . Campbell— 

Carl M. Ewing 

Thomas H. Sherrard 

William O. Harriman 

Hugh B. Rankin 

Glenn E. Mitchell 

Ralph S. Shelley 

John F. Irwin 

Vernon V. Harpham... 

Frederick W. Furst 

Walter L. Button. 

Perry A. Thompson 

Philip T. Harris 

John R. Bruckart 

Arthur D. Moir, Jr... 

Lawrence B. Pagter 

Herbert L. Plumb 

Edwin J. Fenby 

John C. Kuhns 

Gilbert D. Brown 



Weiser National Forest, Weiser, Idaho 

Humboldt National Forest, Elko, Nev 

Nevada National Forest, Ely, Nev.. 

Ashley National Forest, Vernal, Utah 

Cache National Forest, Logan, Utah... 

Dixie National Forest, Cedar City, Utah 

Fishlake National Forest, Richfield, Utah... 

La Sal National Forest, Moab, Utah.. 

Manti National Forest, Ephraim, Utah 

Powell National Forest, Panguitch, Utah... 

Uinta National Forest, Provo, Utah 

Wasatch National Forest, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

Teton National Forest, Jackson, Wyo 

Wyoming National Forest, Kemmerer, Wyo. 



Regional forester, San Francisco, Calif. 



Angeles National Forest, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Cleveland National Forest, San Diego, Calif- 
Eldorado National Forest, Placerville, Calif. . 

Inyo National Forest, Bishop, Calif... 

Klamath National Forest, Yreka, Calif 

Lassen National Forest, Susanville, Calif 

Mendocino National Forest, Willows, Calif.. 

Modoc National Forest, Alturas, Calif 

Plumas National Forest, Quincy, Calif. 

San Bernardino National Forest, San Ber- 
nardino, Calif. 
Santa Barbara National Forest, Santa Bar- 
bara, Calif. 
Sequoia National Forest, Porterville, Calif. . 
Shasta National Forest, Mount Shasta, Calif 
Sierra National Forest, North Fork, Calif. .. 

Stanislaus National Forest, Sonora, Calif 

Tahoe National Forest, Nevada City, Calif . 
Trinity National Forest, Weaver ville, Calif. . 
Mono National Forest, Minden, Nev 



Regional forester, Portland, Oreg 

Deschutes National Forest, Bend, Oreg 

Fremont National Forest, Lakeview, Oreg 

Malheur National Forest, John Day, Oreg... 
Mount Hood National Forest, Portland, Oreg. 

Ochoco National Forest, Prineville, Oreg 

Rogue River National Forest, Medford, Oreg. 
Siskiyou National Forest, Grants Pass, Oreg. 

Siuslaw National Forest, Eugene, Oreg 

Umatilla National Forest, Pendleton, Oreg... 
Umpqua National Forest, Roseburg, Oreg... 

Wallowa National Forest, Wallowa, Oreg 

Whitman National Forest, Baker, Oreg 

Willamette National Forest, Eugene, Oreg... 
Chelan National Forest, Okanogan, Wash... 
Columbia National Forest, Vancouver, Wash. 

Colville National Forest, Republic, Wash 

Mount Baker National Forest, Bellingham, 

Wash. 
Olympic National Forest, Olympia, Wash... 

Rainier National Forest, Tacoma, Wash 

Snoqualmie National Forest, Seattle, Wash.. 
Wenatchee National Forest, Wenatchee, 

Wash. 



Wyo.— 


AtL_. 


Idaho. .. 


2d 


Nev 


AtL.. 


Oreg 


1st 


Idaho... 


1st 


Utah.... 


1st 


Utah— 


1st 


Utah.... 


1st 


Utah.... 


1st 


Utah- 


1st 


Utah— 


1st 


Idaho... 


2d 


Mont... 


1st 


Idaho. .. 


1st 



Calif. 



Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Oreg. 
Me... 
Calif. 



8th. 



9th.. 
9th.. 
2d— 
7th.. 
5th.. 
9th.. 
7th.. 
2d-. 
4th. . 
2d— 



Calif... 

Calif... 
Calif.. . 
Calif.. . 
Calif.. . 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Pa 



11th.. 



7th.. 
lst.. 
2d... 
11th. 
7th.. 
9th.. 
9th.. 



Mass. 



Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
N.J.... 
Wash.. 
Oreg... 
Wash.. 
Oreg.-. 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Wash.. 
Maine- 
Wash.. 
Mont.. 
Conn.. 



N.Y... 
Md.... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 



lst.. 
3d... 
2d... 
5th.. 
5th.. 
2d— 
5th.. 
2d... 
2d... 
1st.. 
3d— 
1st.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
2d... 
2d... 
4th.. 

31st. 
4th.. 
1st.. 
2d... 



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83 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Forest Service— Continued 
Eastern National Forest Region 
Joseph C. Kircher 


Regional forester 


ni 

N.Y 

Ark 

Conn... 

Ga 

Vt 

Calif— 

Conn 

Nebr... . 
D.C... 


22d— . 

26th... 

5th—. 
3d 

4th.... 

1st 

2d 

3d 

1st 


$5, 800 


Forest Supervisors 
Arnold C. Shaw 


Ouachita National Forest, Hot Springs Na- 
tional Park, Ark. 

Ozark National Forest, Russellville, Ark 

Choctawhatchee National Forest, Pensacola, 
Fla. 

Ocala and Osceola National Forest, Lake 
City, Fla. 

White Mt. National Forest and Green Mt. 
Purchase Unit, Laconia, N.H. 

Nantahala National Forest, Franklin, N.C . . 

Pisgah National Forest, Ashevillo, N.C 

Allegheny National Forest, Warren, Pa 

Luquillo National Forest, Rio Piedras, P.R-. 

Cherokee-Alabama National Forests Athens, 
Tenn. 

Unaka National Forest, Bristol, Tenn 

George Washington National Forest, Harri- 
sonburg, Va. 

Natural Bridge National Forest, Lynchburg, 
Va. 

Monongahela National Forest, Elkins, W.Va. 

Kisatchie National Forest and Homochitta 
Purchase Unit, Alexandria, La. 

Regional forester, Juneau, Alaska. 


3,800 


Henry R. Koen. 


3,600 


Clinton Q. Smith 


3,500 


Evan W. Hadley 


3,500 


James E. Scott 


4,800 


John B. Byrne.. 

Merwin A. Mattoon 


3,500 
3,500 


Loren L. Bishop 


3,600 




2 1,200 


Sam R. Broadbent 


Mo 

N.H 

Va 

Pa 

W.Va... 
Ark 

Ohio 

S.Dak... 

Minn... 
Minn... 

Pa 

Colo..- 

N.Y 

Idaho... 

W.Va.„ 

N.Y 

Ky 

Mass 

Wash... 
N.C 

N.Y 

Ariz 

Ark 

Pa 

Ohio 

Md 


10th... 

2d 

10th... 

25th„. 

2d 

5th— 

12th... 

3d 

10th... 
8th— 
19th— 
2d 

27th... 

1st... 

2d 

4th.„. 
6th.... 
12th— 

3d 

5th.... 

4th.„. 
AtL„ 

4th— 

12th... 

20th... 

1st.— 


4,000 


Clifford L. Graham 


3,500 


John W. McNair .. 


3,500 


Harold M. Sears 


3,600 


Arthur A. Wood 


3,500 


Charles A. Ply male . 


3,600 


Alaska National Forest Region 
Charles H. Flory 


6,500 


Lake States National Forest 
Renion 

Earl W. Tinker. 


Chugach National Forest, Alaska. 
Tongass National Forest, Alaska. 

Regional forester, Milwaukee, Wis. 


5,800 


Forest Supervisors 
Gunnar K. Fenger 


Huron National Forest, East Tawas, Mich... 
Upper Michigan Forests, Munising, Mich... 
Chippewa National Forest, Cass Lake, Minn. 
Superior and Mesbaba Purchase Units, Du- 

luth, Minn. 

Nicolet National Forest, Park Falls, Wis 

Argonne, Oconto and Mondeaux Purchase 

Units, Rhinelander, Wisconsin. 

Chief. 


3,200 
2,600 
3,200 


Russell B. McKennan 

James M. W alley 


Leslie S. Bean 


3,200 


Raymond U. Harmon .. 


3,200 
3,800 


Paul A. Wohlen 


Bureau of Chemistry and Soils 
Henry G. Knight 


8,000 
7,000 
4,800 
3,300 
3,600 
3,300 

7,000 
6,000 

5,600 

5,600 

5,600 

6,000 


Charles A. Browne 


Assistant Chief 

Assistant to Chief 


Albert G. Rice 


Henry A. Donovan 


Chief Clerk .. 


Charles A. Wolfe 


Administrative assistant, in charge of accounts- 
Editor. 


Sydney D. Frissell 


Scientific Divisions 

(a) Chemical and Technological 
Research 

Charles A. Browne 


Chief, chemical and technological research 

Assistant chief, chemical and technological 

research. 
Principal chemist, in charge of Carbohydrate 

Division. 
Principal engineer, in charge of Chemical 

Engineering Division. 
Principal chemist, in charge of Color and 

Farm Waste Division. 
Principal chemist, in charge of Food Research 

Division. 


Willam W. Skinner 


Howard S. Paine 


David J. Price... 


Horace T. Herrick 9 


Frederick C. Blanck... 





2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
6 Also principal chemist in charge, color certification, food and drug administration. 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Chemistry and 

Soils— Continued 

Scientific Divisions— Con. 

(a) Chemical and Technological 
Research—Continued 

George S. Jamieson . 


Senior chemist, in charge of oil, fat, and wax 

laboratory. 
Principal chemist, in charge of Protein and 

Nutrition Division. 
Principal chemist, in charge of Industrial 

Farm Products Division. 
Principal chemist, in charge of Insecticide 

Division. 

Chemist, in charge station at Houma, La 

Chemist, in charge station at St. Paul, Minn- 
Chemist, acting in charge station at Lake 

City, Fla. 
Senior chemical engineer, in charge of station 

at Ames, Iowa. 

Chemist, in charge station at Wenatchee, 

Wash. 
Chemist, in charge station at Whittier, Calif- 
Assistant chemist, in charge station at New 

Orleans, La. 

Senior chemist, in charge station at Los 

Angeles, Calif. 
Senior chemist, in charge of station at Winter 

Haven, Fla. 
Senior toxicologist, in charge of station at San 

Francisco, Calif. 
Chemist, acting in charge of station at Wes- 

laco, Tex. 

Acting Chief of Fertilizer Investigations. 

Senior chemist, in charge of concentrated fer- 
tilizer investigations. 

Senior chemist, in charge of potash investiga- 
tions. 

Senior chemist, in charge of biochemical in- 
vestigations. 

Chemist, in charge of catalytic investigations . 

Chemist, in charge of X-rays and crystallog- 
raphy. 

Senior chemist, in charge of transformation 
of nitrogen compounds. 

Chemist, in charge of spectroanalysis and 
photochemistry. 


Conn 

Wis 

Md 

Md 

Maine. . 
Minn... 

Ga 

N.J 

Md 

Mich 

Md 

Md 

Mass 

Calif .... 
Nebr.... 

N.Y.... 
Ariz 

Conn 

Ind 

Oreg 

N.Y.... 

N.C 

Calif.... 

Ohio 

Mo 

N.C... 

Wash... 

Wis 

N.Y.... 


2d 

3d 

5th.... 
3d 

1st 

2d 

2d 

10th 

2d 

1st 

4th.... 

5th.... 
8th... . 
6th... _ 
2d 

5th.... 
AtL.. 

2d 

1st 

3d 

11th... 

5th.... 

6th.... 

12th— 
8th.— 

7th— 

1st..- 

2d 

30th... 


$4, 800 


David B. Jones 


5,600 


Fletcher P. Veitch 10 


6,000 


Ruric C. Roark 


5,600. 


Field Stations 

Carbohydrate Division 

Charles F. Walton, Jr 


4,00» 


John C. Keane 


4,000 


Industrial Farm Products 
George P. Shingler... 


3,800 


Paul Burke Jacobs 


4,600 


Insecticide Division 
Stuart W. Griffin 


3,800 


Homer L. Cupples 


3,800 


Lynn H. Dawsey 


3,000 


Food Research 
Edward McK. Chace 


5,000 


Harry von Loesecke 


4,600 


Floyd DeEds 


5,000 


John L. Heid.. 


3,800 


(6) Fertilizer Investigations 
Charles H. Kunsman... 


5,600 


William H. Ross 


5,000 


John W. Turrentine 


4,800 


Franklin E. Allison 


4,600 


Paul H. Emmett 


4,000 


Sterling B. Hendricks 


3,800 


Royall 0. E. Davis 


4,600 


Oliver R. Wulf 


3,800 


(c) Soil Investigations 
Arthur G. McCall 


6,400 


Curtis F. Marbut. . 


Principal soil scientist, in charge of Soil Sur- 
vey Division. 

Senior soil scientist, in charge of soil erosion 
and moisture conservation investigations. 

Principal chemist, in charge of Soil Chemistry 
and Physics Division. 

Principal biochemist, in charge of Soil Fertil- 
ity Division. 

Principal mycologist, in charge of Soil Micro- 
biology Division. 


6,000 


Hugh H. Bennett 


5,200 


Horace G. Byers 


5,600 


Oswald Schreiner 


6,000 


Charles Thorn 


5,800 







10 Also principal chemist in charge, naval stores control, food and drug administration. 



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85 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Chemistry and 

Soils— Continued 

(c) Soil Investigations— Contd. 
Soil Survey Districts 


Inspector, northeastern district 


Ind 

N.C 

Mich 

Fla 

Nebr.... 

Mass 

Wyo 

Kans 

Iowa 

Iowa 

N.C 

Nebr.... 
Minn... 
Ind 

Pa 

Ohio 

Kans 

N.Y 

Md 

Mo 

Nebr.... 

N.J 

Mich... 

Kans 

Pa 

Calif— 

Va 

N.J 

Pa 

N.Dak- 

Mass 

La 

Ohio 


11th... 

5th.... 
6th.... 

1st 

6th.... 

2d 

At L.. 
5th.... 
7th.... 
7th.— 
5th.... 

1st 

7th.... 
11th... 

24th... 

22d-.. 

6th... 

11th... 

5th.... 

8th.... 

3d 

3d 

5th.-. 
5th..- 
20th... 

3d 

8th— 

2d 

9th— 
1st.— 

13th... 

8th.... 
7th—. 


$4, 600 




Inspector, southeastern district . 


4,600 
4,600 


Macy H. Lapham 


Inspector, western district, Berkeley, Calif... 




4,600 
3,400 


Arthur T. Strahorn 


Associate soil scientist, in charge of cooperative 
reclamation soil classification. 

Associate biochemist, in charge of laboratory 
at Austin, Tex. 

Associate soil technologist, in charge of labo- 
ratory at Houma, La. 

Associate soil technologist, in charge of labora- 
tory at Scottsbluff, Nebr. 

Associate soil technologist, soil fertility lab- 
oratory, Columbia, S.C. 

Assistant soil technologist, in charge of lab- 
oratory at Shreveport, La. 

Assistant chemist, in charge of laboratory at 
Chadbourn, N.C. 

Assistant soil technologist, in charge of labora- 
tory at Orlando, Fla. 

Assistant soil technologist, in charge of labora- 
tory at Fargo, N.Dak. 

Associate soil technologist, in charge of labora- 
tory at Albany, Ga. 

Senior soil scientist, in charge of station at 
College Station, Tex. 

Associate scientist in soil erosion, in charge of 

soil erosion station, Guthrie, Okla. 
Cooperative agent in charge of soil erosion 

station, Hays, Kans. 
Scientist in soil erosion, in charge of soil 

erosion station, Tyler, Tex. 
Scientist in soil erosion, in charge of soil 

erosion station, Statesville, N.C. 
Associate scientist in soil erosion, in charge 

of soil erosion station, Bethany, Mo. 
Scientist in soil erosion, in charge of soil 

erosion station, Pullman, Wash. 
Scientist in soil erosion, in charge of soil 

erosion station, Clarinda, Iowa. 
Scientist in soil erosion, in charge of soil 

erosion station, Temple, Tex. 
Associate scientist in soil erosion, in charge of 

soil erosion station, La Crosse, Wis. 
Assistant soil surveyor, acting in charge of 

soil erosion station, Zanesville, Ohio. 

Chief... 


Field Stations 

Soil Fertility 

Paul R. Dawson 


3,700 


Nelson McKaig, Jr 


3,200 


Eugene S. Lyons 


3,200 


James E. Adams 


3,800 


Arthur 0. Alben 


2,700 


Richard A. Lineberry 


2,700 


George M. Bahrt 


2,700 


Ray A. Pendleton 


2,600 


Earl D. Fowler 


3,500 


Soil Survey 
William T. Carter 


2 3, 600 


Soil Erosion 
Henry G. Lewis 


3,200 
" 4, 500 


Louis C. Aicher.. 


Bertram H. Hendrickson 

Joseph M. Snyder 


3,800 
3,800 


Russel E. Uhland 


3,500 
3,800 


William A. Rockie 


George W. Musgrave 


3,800 


Horace V. Geib 


3,800 
3,200 


Raymond H. Davis 


Earl B. Deeter 


2,900 

8,000 
6,500 


Bureau of Entomology 
Lee A. Strong 


S. A. Rohwer 




Frank H. Spencer 


Business manager.. . _ 


4,600 


Austin J. Leister 




3,500 
3,800 


Rolla P. Currie 


Associate entomologist, in charge of informa- 
tion and editorial work. 


Mabel Colcord 


3,400 


Scientific Divisions 
D. L. Van Dine 


Principal entomologist in charge of fruit and 

shade tree insect investigations. 
Principal entomologist, in charge of cereal and 

forage insect investigations. 


5,600 
5,800 


Walter H. Larrimer... 





1 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from 
11 Salary paid by Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 



ideral Treasury. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Entomology — Con. 

Scientific Divisions— Contd. 

R. W. Harned 


Principal entomologist, in charge of cotton in- 
sect investigations. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of forest in- 
sect investigations. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of truck crop 
and garden insect investigations. 

Senior apiculturist, in charge of bee culture 
investigations, Somerset, Md. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of household 
and stored product insect investigations. 

Principal entomologist, in charge of investiga- 
tions of insects affecting man and animals. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of taxonomy of 
insects. 

Entomologist, in charge of insect physiology 
and toxicology. 

Senior entomologist, in charge of insect pest 
survey. 

Chief.. 


Miss 

Pa 

Md 

Wis 

Hawaii— 


1st.--. 
19th... 
5th—. 
3d 


$5, 600 
5,800 
5,600 




William H. White 




5,000 
5,600 


Ernest A. Back 


Fred C. Bishopp 


Tex 

Ind 

Pa 

N.J 

Ariz 

Md 

Conn 

N.J 

Md 

N.Dak.. 

Ind 

Pa 

Md 

Colo 

Vt 

Minn... 

Wis 

Minn.._ 

Ga 

Calif.... 

N.Y.... 

Utah.... 

Wash... 
Wash... 
Mich 

Mo 

Wash... 

111. 

Tenn.... 


5th... . 
7th.... 
1st.... 
6th_... 

AtL.. 
6th.... 
1st.... 

1st 

6th 

1st 

11th... 
20th... 
6th.... 

1st-... 
2d 

1st 

6th 

9th 

8th.... 
7th.. .. 
24th... 

1st 

3d 

2d 

5th.... 

15th... 
4th.... 

1st 

2d 


5,600 




5,200 


Frank L. Campbell 


4,000 




4,800 


Bureau of Biological Survey 


8,000 


Walter C. Henderson 


Associate Chief . 


6,400 


Emery J. Thompson 


Senior administrative assistant, in charge of 

Division of Administration. 
Biological editor 


3,500 


William H. Cheesman 


3,800 




Assistant, in charge of exhibits, photographs, 
and distribution of publications. 

Principal biologist, in charge of Division of 
Biological Investigations. 

Principal biologist, in charge of Division of 
Food Habits Research. 

Principal biologist, in charge of Division of 
Fur Resources. 

Senior veterinarian, in charge of investiga- 
tions of diseases of wild birds and animals. 

Principal biologist, in charge of Division of 
Predatory Animal and Rodent Control. 

United States game conservation officer, in 
charge of Division of Game and Bird Con- 
servation. 

Senior land valuation engineer, in charge of 
Division of Land Acquisition. 


3,700 


Scientific, Economic, and Reg- 
uialory Divisions 

W. B. Bell 


5,600 


Waldo L. McAtee 


5,600 


Frank G. Ashbrook 


5,600 


J. E. Shillinger 


4,600 


Stanley P. Young 


5,600 


Harold P. Sheldon.. 


5,600 


Rudolph Dieffenbach 


5,200 


FIELD HEADQUARTERS 

Biological Investigations 
Walter P. Taylor 


4,600 


Olaus J. Murie _ . 


Associate biologist, Jackson, Wyo 


3,800 






3, 200 






3,200 


Oliver L. Austin, Jr 


Assistant biologist, North Eastham, Cape 
Cod, Mass. 


2,600 




2,600 


Food Habits Research 
Theophilus H. Scheffer .. 




3,400 


Stanley E. Piper .. 




3,600 


Edwin R. Kalmbach 


Senior biologist, in charge food habits research 

laboratory, Denver, Colo. 
Assistant biologist, Sacramento, Calif 


4,800 


Johnson A. Neff__ 


2,600 


J. Paul Miller 


2,000 


Fur Resources Investigations 
Karl B. Hanson 


Biologist, in charge of experimental fur farm, 
Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 

Associate biologist, in charge of rabbit experi- 
ment station, Fontana, Calif. 


4,200 


John W. Meyer 


3,180 







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87 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Biological Survey- 
Continued 










Fur Resources Investigations — 
Continued 










Disease investigations 














Minn... 
Va 


1st.... 
6th 


$3, 200 






3,200 


Predatory Animal and Rodent 
Control 










Control Methods Research 














Oreg 

Colo 

N.Mex.. 
Wash... 


3d 

1st 

AtL.. 
4th— _ 


4,000 
2,200 


Donald A. Spencer 


Junior biologist, investigator, Denver, Colo 

Junior biologist, investigator, Hillsboro, Oreg. 
Associate biologist, investigator, Berkeley, 
Calif. 




2,500 


Everett E. Horn 


3,300 


Rodent Control Bait Mixing 
Station 




Paul T. Quick 


Junior biologist, in charge, Pocatello, Idaho 


Idaho. 


2d 


2,300 


Supervisors and Leaders 










Region No. 1 (Eastern) 










James Silver 


Associate biologist, regional supervisor 


Colo... 


1st ... 


3,300 


District Leaders 










Carlyle Carr i 2 




Wis 

N.Dak._ 
Wyo.... 
Mont... 
Mass 


3d 

1st 

AtL.. 

2d 

3d 

5th 


2,600 

2,800 
2 670 


Galen C. Oder kirk 12 




Harry P. Williams 13 


Escanaba, Mich... 


Roy Moore 12 _. . 




2,200 
2,400 


Ernest M. Mills 12 


Junior biologist, Amherst, Mass 


Andrew E. Oman 12 . 


Assistant biologist, Raleigh, N.C 


3,100 


Region No. 2 (Mountain) 








Leo L. Laythe 


Associate biologist, regional supervisor, Den- 
ver, Colo. 


Ariz 


AtL.. 


3,300 


District Leaders 


Dorr D. Green.. 




Oreg 

Oreg 

S.Dak... 
Utah.... 
Idaho ... 
Wyo.... 
Utah 


2d 

1st 

.1st 

2d 

2d 

AtL_. 
1st 


3,000 
3,200 
3,200 
3,200 
3,100 
3,200 
2,900 






Louis Knowles 


Mitchell, S.Dak 


George E. Holman * 3 


Salt Lake City, Utah 


Reuben S. Zimmerman 12 

Adolph S. Hamm 


Assistant biologist, Salt Lake City, Utah 


Thomas B. Murray. 




Region No. 3 (Pacific) 








Ira N. Gabrielson 


Assistant biologist, regional supervisor, Port- 
land, Oreg. 




5th 


3,200 


District Leaders 






Charles G. Poole I3 _. 


Sacramento, Calif 


Wyo 

Calif- 
Calif.... 
Oreg.... 

Oreg 


At L__ 

3d 

8th.._ . 

3d 

2d 


3,400 
3,000 
3 300 


Joseph Keyes 12 ... 


Assistant biologist, Sacramento, Calif 


Edward R. Sans.. 


Stanley G. Jewett 


Portland, Oreg 


3,200 
3,200 


Leo K. Couch .. .. 




Region No. 4 (Southwestern) 






Donald A. Gilchrist 


Associate biologist, regional supervisor, Phoe- 
nix, Ariz. 


Colo 


1st.... 


3,300 


District Leaders 


Benjamin E. Foster 


Assistant biologist, Phoenix, Ariz 


N.Mex— 
N.Mex.. 
Calif. ... 

Tex 

Ga 


At L.. 
At L_. 
5th— 
16th— 
2d 


2,800 
3,000 
3,300 
3,200 
3,200 


John C. Gatlin, jr.. 


Assistant biologist, Albuquerque, N.Mex 

Associate biologist, Oklahoma City, Okla 

San Antonio, Tex 


Alwin E. Gray 13 


Cedric R. Landon 13 


Lawrence C. Whitehead 12 


Assistant biologist, San Antonio, Tex.. 



1 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 

i 2 Rodent control only. 

13 Predatory animal control only. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Biological Survey- 
Continued 

Big-game and Bird Reservations 

Ray C. Steele.. 


Superintendent, Upper Mississippi River 

Wild Life and Fish Refuge, Winona, Minn. 
Superintendent, Bear River Migratory-bird 

Refuge and inspector of Federal refuges, 

Brigham, Utah. 
United States reservation protector, National 

Bison Range, Moiese, Mont. 
United States reservation protector, Wind 

Cave National Game Preserve, Mot Springs, 

S.Dak. 
United States reservation protector, Elk 

Refuge, Jackson, Wyo. 
Assistant United States reservation protector, 

Niobrara Reservation, Valentine, Nebr. 
United States reservation protector, Big 

Lake bird reservation, Manila, Ark. 
United States reservation protector, Sullys 

Hill National Game Preserve, Fort Totten, 

N.Dak. 
United States reservation protector, Lake 

Malheur Bird Reservation, Voltage, Oreg. 
United States reservation protector, Tule 

Lake Bird Reservation, Merrill, Oreg. 
United States deputy reservation protector, 

Blackbeard Island Bird Reservation, Sape- 

loe, Ga. 
Acting supervisor, St. Marks Migratory Bird 

Refuge, St. Marks, Fla. 
Acting supervisor, Crescent Lake Migratory 

Bird Refuge, Mumper, Nebr. 
Acting supervisor, Cape Romain Migratory 

Bird Refuge, McClellanville, S.C. 
Acting supervisor, Blackwater River Migra- 
tory Bird Refuge, Cambridge, Md. 


Wash... 
Mont.— 

N.Dak.. 
Mont... 

Wyo.... 

Oreg 

Tenn.... 
S.Dak— 

Oreg 

Wash... 
Ga 

Iowa 

Idaho... 

Oreg 

Calif.. .. 

Iowa 

N.Y 

Wash... 
Wash... 
Wash... 

Va 

Ohio 

Ala 

Nebr— 

Wis 

Ill 

Tenn— 

Vt 

Tenn— 

Mo 

Wis 

Maine. _ 

Mass 

Oreg 

Fla 

Tex 

N.Y.... 

Alaska. . 
Nebr— 


4th— 
2d 

3d 

lst..._ 

AtL.. 

2d 

2d 

3d 

2d 

4th— 
12th... 

6th.... 

1st 

3d 

6th— 

3d 

37th— 
5th..„ 
5th— 

3d 

4th.... 
8th.... 

1st 

5th—. 
8th— 
22d— 
6th.... 

1st 

9th— 
10th— 

nth... 

3d 

14th... 

2d 

3d 

nth... 

42d_— 
1st 


$4, 200 




3,800 




2,120 




2,280 


Aimer P. Nelson 


2,480 


Geno A. Amundson 


1,820 


Steven B. Crossley — 

Wesley D. Parker 


810 
2,180 


George M. Benson 


1,500 




1,716 




2 780 




1,940 




1,940 


Harold F. West 


2,000 


Peter J. Van Huizen 


1,904 


Enforcement of Migratory Bird 
Treaty and Lacey Acts 

U.S. Game Protectors 

Harry Barmeier 


2,800 


Philip S. Farnham 




2,800 


Kenneth F. Roahen 




2,800 






2,600 






2,400 


William L. Birsch 


Elizabeth City, N.C 


2,700 






2,500 




Mobile, Ala. . 


2,300 






2,600 


Jay V. Kelsey . 




2,500 






2,400 


John E. Perry 




2,500 






2,400 


George M. Riddick 




2,600 


Stephen Creech 




2,400 


Burdette J. Shaver 


St. Paul, Minn 


2,500 


Bertrand E. Smith 




2,500 


Orin D. Steele 




2,700 


George Tonkin . 




2,700 


E. Bradford Whitehead 




2,500 


Frank Clarkson 




2,500 


Albert Stadlmeir 




2,700 


Alaska Investigations 
Hugh W. Terhune 


Administrative officer for Alaska and chief 
representative of Biological Survey resident 
in the Territory, Juneau, Alaska. 

Senior biologist in charge of biological investi- 
gations in Alaska, College, Alaska. 


5,400 


Lawrence J. Palmer 


4,960 







3 Salary cooperative with private agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



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89 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Biological Survey- 
Continued 

Alaska Game Commission 

William R. Selfridge 

Frank P. Williams 

Andrew A. Simons 

Irving McK. Reed 

Hugh W. Terhune.. 



Alaska Game Wardens 



Erwin M. Goddard. 

Frank Dufresne 

Oddie Hallson 

Homer W. Jewell... 
George W. Taylor... 

Sam O. White 

Chas. J. O'Connor. . 
George B. Nelson.. . 
T. Eugene Tibbs— . 



Bureau of Public Roads 



Thomas H. MacDonald. 

Philip St. J. Wilson 

Augusta F. Johnston 



Carrie L. Fuller- 
Hilda E. Graff.. 



Josephine C. Sweeney. 



Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 

Raymond E. Toms 

Lester E. Boykin 

Charles D. Curtiss 

Herbert S. Fairbank 

T. Warren Allen 

Earl F. Kelley 

Edwin W. James 

Hubert K. Bishop 

Oscar L. Grover 

District Headquarters for 
Highway Work 

(a)xEastern Districts 

Archibald E. Palen 

Clifford Shoemaker 

Clayton E. Swain 

James T. Voshell 

Charles D. Snead 

Arthur G. Bruce 

Vernon M. Peirce 

Harold J. Spelman 

6 Per diem. 

10143—33 7 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Commissioner, chairman and member from 

first judicial division, Ketchikan, Alaska. 
Commissioner, second judicial division, St. 

Michael, Alaska. 
Commissioner, third judicial division, Lake- 
view, via Seward, Alaska. 
Commissioner, fourth judicial division, Fair- 
Executive officer, fiscal agent, and secretary; 
representative of Biological Survey; Juneau, 
Alaska. 



Assistant to executive officer, Juneau, Alaska. 

Juneau, Alaska 

McGrath, Alaska 

Ketchikan, Alaska - 

Fort Yukon, Alaska 

Fairbanks, Alaska - 

Anchorage, Alaska 

Cordova, Alaska 

McGrath, Alaska 



Chief 

Assistant Chief... 

Administrative assistant in charge of person- 
nel. 

Executive assistant 

Administrative assistant in charge of mail 
and files. 

Secretary to Chief of Bureau 



Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 



Division of Design 

Division of Laws and Contracts- 
Division of Control 

Division of Information 

Division of Management.. 

Division of Tests 

Division of Highway Transport. 

Division of Construction... 

Bridge Division 



District engineer in charge of district no. 4, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
District engineer in charge of district no. 5, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
District engineer in charge of district no. 6, 

Fort Worth, Tex. 
District engineer in charge of district no. 7, 

South Chicago, 111. 
District engineer in charge of district no. 8, 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Acting district engineer in charge of district 

no. 9, Troy, N.Y. 
District engineer in charge of district no. 10, 

Washington, D.C. 
District engineer in charge of forest and 

national park work east and south, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 



Legal residence 



State 



Alaska. 
Alaska, 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 



Iowa.. 
Va_... 
Wyo.. 

Mich- 
Ill 



Cong, 
dist. 



7th.. 
3d... 
1st.. 

10th. 
7th.. 



D.C. 



Md.. 
S.C.. 
Iowa. 

Md.. 
N.Y. 
Iowa. 
N.Y. 

N.Y. 
Va— 



Colo 


1st 


Ohio 


12th... 


Ala 


2d 


Ind 


2d 


Ala 


2d 


N.Y 


32d— . 


Mass 


11th... 


W.Va... 


6th.... 



6th. 
6th. 
7th. 
3d.. 
19th 
3d.. 
24th 
39th 
3d.. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Public Roads — 

Continued 

District Headquarters— 
Continued 

(6) Western Districts 

Laurence I. Hewes 


Deputy chief engineer in charge of western 

districts, San Francisco, Calif. 
Construction engineer, San Francisco, Calif. . 
District engineer in charge of district no. 1, 

Portland, Oreg. 
District engineer in charge of district no. 2, 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Acting district engineer in charge of district 

no. 3, Denver, Colo. 
District engineer in charge of district no. 11, 

Juneau, Alaska. 
District engineer in charge of district no. 12, 

Ogden, Utah. 


Wash... 

Calif.... 
Ohio 

Wash... 

Oreg 

Calif.. - 

N.Y._.. 

Miss 

Va 

N.Y 

Ohio.... 

Pa 

Idaho — 
S.Dak... 

Ill 

Ga 

Pa 

N.Y 

Utah— 
Ga 

Colo 

Iowa 

111 

Iowa 

Calif— 

Mont... 

111. 

Oreg 

Kans 

Nebr— 

Ind 

Va 

Kans 

Calif- 
Ill 

Okla.... 
Iowa 

D.C 


2d 

11th— 

7th..„ 

3d 

3d 

9th.... 
35th... 

8th— 

3d 

28th... 
13th— 
7th— 
1st.... 
1st 

11th... 

8th— 

19th... 
11th— 

1st.... 
1st.... 

2d 

9th— 
23d— 
11th... 
9th— 

1st.... 

18th— 
1st— 
5th..„ 

1st 

8th— 
6th— 

5th— 
10th— 
2d 

5th— 
7th— 


$6,400 


Joseph S. Bright 


6,200 


William H. Lynch 


6,200 


Charles H. Sweetser 


6,000 


John A. Elliott 


5,200 


Melvin D. Williams 


5,600 


Burtis J. Finch 


6,000 


Bureau of Agricultural 
Engineering 

Samuel H. McCrory 


6,500 




Engineering assistant to Chief of Bureau 


4,800 


Kathryn McSorley 


2,300 


Wallace Ashby 




4,600 


Morris C. Betts 




4,800 


Roy B. Gray 


Chief, Division of Mechanical Equipment 

Chief, Division of Drainage and Soil Erosion 
control. 

Chief, Editorial and Information Division 

Senior agricultural engineer in charge of ex- 
tension activities. 


5,000 


Lewis A. Jones 


5,000 


Roger D. Marsden 


4,600 


Samuel P. Lyle 


4,600 


George P. Wolf._ 


3,800 


Dorothy Graf . 




2,600 


Field Headquarters 

Walter W. McLaughlin 

Albert T. Mitchelson 


Chief, Division of Irrigation, Berkeley, Calif— 
Assistant chief, Division of Irrigation, Berke- 
ley, Calif. 
Senior irrigation engineer. Fort Collins, Colo.. 

Senior drainage engineer, St. Paul, Minn 

Senior drainage engineer, Guthrie, Okla 

Senior drainage engineer, Iowa City, Iowa 

Associate mechanical engineer, in charge of 

cotton-ginning laboratory, Stone ville, Miss. 

Agricultural engineer, Toledo, Ohio 


6,000 
4,600 


Ralph L. Parshall 


4,600 


Dalton G. Miller... 


4,800 


Charles E. Ramser 


4,800 


David L. Yarnell 


4,800 


Charles A. Bennett 


3,500 


Robert M. Merrill 


4,000 


Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics 

Niles A. Olsen 


Chief 


8,000 


Clarence W. Kitchen 




7,500 


Eric Englund 




7.000 


Fred J. Hughes 


Business manager 


5,200 


J. Clyde Marquis 


In charge of economic information 


5,800 






3,800 


Scientific, Service, and Regu- 
latory Divisions 

Eric E/iglund 


Chief, Division of Agricultural Finance 


7,000 


Arthur W. Palmer 


6,000 


Wm. F. Callander 


Statistician and Chief, Division of Crop and 

Livestock Estimates. 
Chief, Division of Dairy and Poultry Products- 
Chief, Division of Farm Management and 

Costs. 
Acting Chief, Division of Foreign Agricultural 

Service. 
Chief, Division of Farm Population and 

Rural Life. 
Chief, Division of Fruits and Vegetables 


6,200 


Roy C. Potts 


6,000 


Clarence L. Holmes 


6,200 


Leslie A. Wheeler .. 


4,600 


Charles J. Galpin 


Wis 

Va 

Mont... 
S.Dak.- 

Ind 

Tenn... 


3d 

8th.„_ 

2d 

1st 

8th— 
3d 


5,800 


Wells A. Sherman 


6,000 


Edward C. Parker 


5,600 


William A. Wheeler 


Chief, Division of Hay, Feed, and Seed 

Chief, Division of Economic Information 

Chief, Division of Land Economics 


5,800 




5,800 


Lewis C. Gray 


6.200 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



9 


OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics— C ontin ued 

Scientific, Service, and Regu- 
latory Divisions— Continued 

Charles V. Whalin 


Chief, Division of Livestock, Meats, and 

Wool. 
Chief, Division of Statistical and Historical 

Research. 


Kans 

Wis 

Pa 

Mo 

Ill 

Ala 

N.Y 

Tex 

La 

Tex 

Tex 


2d 

3d 

2d 

10th... 
2d 

9th— 

3d 

12th— 

1st 

6th— 
1st 


$6, 000 


Oscar C. Stine 


6, 2C0 


H. Sanford Yohe. 


6,000 


Charles E. Gage 


Chief, Tobacco Section 


4,800 


William Broxton 


Chief, Cold-storage Reports Section 


3,200 


Field Headquarters 

(a) Marketing Specialists Under 
Cotton Futures Act 

William I. Holt 


Charleston, S.C 


5,400 


Wingate P. Barbot 


Savannah, Ga 


5,400 


Charles E. Clark 


Mobile, Ala 


4,600 


John J. Haggerty 


New Orleans, La 


5,400 


Lonnie E. Dowd - 


Galveston, Tex... 


4,600 


Howard Roberts 


Memphis, Tenn 


4,600 




New York, N.Y . 




(6) Marketing Specialists Under 
Grade and Staple Work 

Albert M. Dickson 


Dallas, Tex 


D.C... . 




3,300 


John T. Egan 


Austin, Tex 


Tex 

Tex 

Tex 

Ala 

S.C 

N.Y 

Ga 

Ala 

Mont... 
Idaho. -. 

Ind 

Wyo..„ 
Wash... 

Mo 

S.C 

Colo 

Mont... 

Kans 

Iowa 

Minn... 

Miss 

Pa 

Mont... 

Va 

Mich 

Wyo-.- 
Nebr— 

Ark 

Ky 

Wis 

S.C 

Fla 

Okla.... 

N.Y 

Ariz 

N.C 

Va 

Calif.— 
Mont... 

Md 

Calif- 
Minn.. . 
Kans 


13th— 
18th... 
4th— 

2d 

3d— 

37th... 
5th— 
4th— 

1st 

2d 

10th— 
At L__ 
5th— 

3d 

2d 

2d 

1st 

2d 

7th— 
7th— 
6th— 
19th— 

1st 

9th— 
5th— 
AtL.. 

1st 

3d 

7th— 

3d 

2d 

4th— 
5th— 
35th... 
At L- 
4th— 

3d 

7th— 

2d 

6th—. 
10th— 
9th— 
2d 


4,800 


Sam W. Martin 


do 


3,200 


James R. Kennedy 


El Paso, Tex 


2 2, 300 


Joseph H. McLure 


Atlanta, Ga... 


3,300 


Frank H. Robinson. 


Memphis, Tenn 


3, 300 


(c) Agricultural Statisticians 
Roy L. Gillett 


Albany, N.Y 


2 3, 300 


Dagma L. Floyd .. 




3,800 


Frank W. Gist- 


Montgomery. Ala... 


s 3, 340 


Richard C. Ross 


College Park, Md 


3,200 


Julius H. Jacobson 




3, SCO 


Cecil J. Borum.. 


Brookings, S.Dak... 


3,200 


Arnold J. King 


Cheyenne, Wyo 


2 1,000 


Haven C. R. Stewart - .. 


Charleston, W. Va 


3,200 


Eugene A. Logan 


Columbia, Mo 


4,800 


Frank 0. Black.... 


Columbia, S.C 


3,300 


Glenn S. Ray 


Columbus, Ohio 


4,600 


Fred W. Beier, Jr 


Denver, Colo 


4,600 


Hubert L. Collins 

Leslie M. Carl. 


do. 

Des Moines, Iowa 


3,800 
4.6C0 


Ben U. Kienholz 




3, 2C0 


Donald A. McCandiiss 


Gulfport, Miss 


4,600 


Edgar L. Gasteiger 


Harrisburg, Pa 


2 1, 120 


Jay G. Diamond 




4,600 


Carl H. Robinson.. 


Austin, Tex 


5,000 


Verne H. Church... .'.. 




5,000 


Fred Daniels... 




3,200 


Aaron E. Anderson 




2 4, 0CO 


Charles S. Bouton 




2 3, 2C0 


Hal F. Bryant 




4, 2C0 


Walter H. Ebling 




2 2, 6C0 


Samuel T. Marsh.. 




3,6C0 


Lionel L. Janes 




3, 4C0 


Kenneth D. Blood 


Oklahoma City, Okla... 


4, ICO 


Harris A. Marks. 


Orlando, Fla 


3,700 


Meade R. Wells... 




3, 3CO 


Frank Parker 


Raleigh, N.C 


4, C(0 


Henry M. Taylor. — 


Richmond, Va 




Elmer E. Kaufman 




2 4, 5CO 


George A. Scott 


do 


4,600 


Frank Andrews 


Salt Lake City, Utah 


4, 6CO 


John S. Dennee . 




3,800 


Andrew J. Surratt 


Springfield, 111 


2 4, 988 


Paul H. Kirk 


St. Paul, Minn 


2 4, 5C0 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics — Continued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

(c) Agricultural Statisticians — 
Continued 

Floyd K. Reed 

George L. Morgan 

Chester D. Stevens 

Miner M. Justin— 

(d) Marketing Specialists in 
Caarge of News and Inspec- 
tion Services on Dairy and 
Poultry Products 



Norman A. Dakin 

Clarence L. Pier 

Colonel E. Edmunds... 

Louis F. Champlin 

Leland D. Ives 

Edward Small 

Almo G. Abell 

Ernest R. Johnson 

Russel S. Smith 

Frank H. McCampbelL 



(e) Agricultural Attaches and 
Commissioners, in Charge of 
Foreign Offices, Foreign Agri- 
cultural Service 

Edward A. Foley... 

Louis G. Michael 

Loyd V. Steere 

Charles L. Luedtke 

Niels I. Nielsen 

Owen L. Dawson. 

(/) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of News Service on 
Fruits and Vegetables 



William H.Hall... 
Elmer R. Biddle... 
Wendell Calhoun— 
Walter Kingsbury. 
Willard H. Mosier. 



(g) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Inspection Service 
on Fruits and Vegetables 



George E. Prince 

Hunter S. Moles 

Elbert E. Conklin, Jr. 
(Vacancy) 

Emery F. McKune... 

Hart T. Longino 

Will C. Hackleman... 
Vernon V. Westgate. . 

Ober G. Strauss 

John J. Gardner 

Wilbur L. Close 

William F. Allewelt.. 

Leonard S. Fenn 

Forbes E. Bailey 

Leslie G. Schultz 

Gerald R. Blount 

Jesse E. Dickerson... 
Claiborne H. Beasley 

J. Harold Hoover 

Walter F. Plummer.. 
George W. Winfrey. _ 
Merritt W. Baker 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Topeka, Kans 

Trenton, N.J 

Boston, Mass 

West Lafayette, Ind 



Boston, Mass. 
Chicago, 111... 
....do 



New York, N.Y 

.—do 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Los Angeles, Calif— 

Seattle, Wash 

Portland, Oreg 

San Francisco, Calif. 



London, England. 

Belgrade, Yugoslavia 

Berlin, Germany 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Marseilles, France. 

Shanghai, China 



Chicago, 111 

New York, N.Y.. 
Philadelphia, Pa.. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
Cincinnati, Ohio.. 



Columbia, S.C.. 

Baton Rouge, La 

Chicago, 111..- 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Denver, Colo. 

Austin, Tex 

New York, N.Y 

Omaha, Nebr 

Orlando, Fla 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Salem, Oreg 

Sacramento, Calif 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Yakima, Wash 

Boise, Idaho 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Indianapolis, Ind 

San Francisco, Calif- 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Boston, Mass 

Louisville, Ky 

Columbus, Ohio. 



Legal residence 



State 



Nebr. 
N.Y.. 

Mass. 
Kans. 



S.Dak. 
S.Dak. 
N.Y.. 
Wash. 
N.Y__ 

111 

Minn. 
Wash. 
La.... 
Ill 



Calif— 


4th— 


Mich 


4th..„ 


Calif— 


10th„. 


Minn... 


4th..„ 


Calif.— 


3d 


Ill 


21st. - 



111— . 

Pa... 
Colo. 
Calif— 
Ohio. 



S.C.... 

N.Mex 
N.Y.... 



Colo 

Tex 

Mo 

Wash... 

Ind 

Colo 

Wash... 
Colo.... 
Idaho— 
Wash- 
Wash... 

N.C 

Idaho. .. 
Calif— 

Kans 

Mass 

Ark 

N.Y. 



Cong, 
dist. 



1st.. 

28 th. 
5th_. 
5th- 



2d.-_ 

1st... 
25th_. 
3d— 
6th... 
7th— 
10th.. 
4th... 
lst... 
11th.. 



6th.. 
6th.. 
lst.. 
6th.. 
12th. 



AtL. 
35th.. 



Com- 

pensa 

tion 



2d.... 
1st— 
8th... 
4th... 
5th... 
4th... 
4th... 



2d— 
5th___ 
4th... 
4th... 
lst... 
8th... 
5th__. 
6th... 
4th... 
43d. 



Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



93 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics— C ontinued 

Field Headquarters— Con. 

(h) Grain Supervisors, Under 
Grain Standards Act 



Rutherford T. Miles. 
BertW. Whitlock... 



Administration of Grain 
Standards Act 

Calhoun L. Cannon 

William H. Shea 

Evan L. Morris 

Robert. H. Black 

Herbert E. Nelson .. 

Charles B. Barron 

Inspection Efficiency 

Fred G. Smith 

William P. Carroll 

Board of Review 

Oscar F. Phillips 

(j) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Grain, Hay, Feed, 
and Seed Market News Serv- 
ice 

Francis C. Bisson 

Ephraim A. Hill 

Donald E. Rogers 

William R. Kuehn 

Frank L. Lyons 

0') Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Hay and Bean In- 
spection and Seed Verifica- 
tion Service 

Henry H. Whiteside 

Ephraim A. Hill 

Walter R. Crispin 

William R. Kuehn 

(/c) Marketing Specialists, in 
Charge of News Service on 
Livestock, Meats, and Wool 

John S. Campbell 

Max Y. Griffin 

Emory K. Hess.. 

Daniel G. Cummins 

Charles Bruce 

William E. Schneider 

Alfred B. Smeby 

William O. Fraser 

(0 Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Warehousing 



Fletcher G. Crout... 

Roy L. Newton 

Cecil B. Burns 

John H. Savage 

William R. Windes. 

RobertWaldie 

Willett H. Holliday. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



In charge of general field headquarters, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

In charge of Pacific coast field headquarters, 
Portland, Oreg. 



Chicago, 111 

Duluth, Minn 

Kansas City, Mo.. 

Minneapolis, Minn 

Omaha, Nebr 

St. Louis, Mo 

Chicago, 111. (general field headquarters). 
Chicago, 111. (general field headquarters) 

Chairman, Chicago, 111. 



Chicago, 111 

Denver, Colo.. 

Kansas City, Mo... 
Minneapolis, Minn . 
San Francisco, Calif 



Chicago, 111 

Denver, Colo 

Kansas City, Mo... 
Minneapolis, Minn 



Chicago, 111 

Kansas City, Mo 

National Stock Yards, 111 

New York, N.Y 

Omaha, Nebr 

San Francisco, Calif 

South St. Paul, Minn.... 
Des Moines, Iowa 



Atlanta, Ga 

Dallas, Tex 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Portland, Oreg 

Raleigh, N.C 

Wichita, Kans 

Omaha, Nebr 



Legal residence 



State 



Tex 


7th.. 


Mont... 


1st.. 


Ill 

Minn 

Mo 

Minn... 
Minn... 
Ill 


1st.. 
10th 
5th.. 
10th 
10th 
22d. 


111 

Wis 


6th. 
5th. 



Minn. 



Minn... 


5th..._ 


Colo 


1st 


Kansas.. 


2d 


Minn.. 


10th... 


Minn... 


7th.... 



Ill 

Colo.... 
Mo 

Minn... 



Tex 


4th_.__ 


111 


19th-_ 


Mo 


5th_.__ 


Nebr.... 


2d 


Iowa ..- 


11th... 


Ariz 


At L._ 


Minn... 


3d 


Ill -. 


1st 


S.C 


7th.... 


Tex 


10th... 


Ky 


2d 


Wash... 


3d 


Tenn... 


8th.... 


Kans 


3d 


Iowa 


2d 



Cong, 
dist. 



8th. 



6th.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
10th. 



Com- 



1 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



94 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Home Economics 



Louise Stanley li 

Ruth Van Deman 

Lennah Curtiss Zens. 



Scientific Divisions 



Hildegarde Kneeland. 

Ruth O'Brien 

Louise Stanley 



Bureau of Plant Quarantine 



Avery S. Hoyt 

Bernard Connor 

Reuben C. Althouse. 



Foreign Plant Quarantines 
Ernest R. Sasscer 



Officers, in Charge of Maritime 
Ports 



Louis M. Scott 

Charles E. Cooley. 
Byrd M. Ault 



Willard G. Bemis.. 
William T. Owrey. 



Geraldus Gay 

Henry W. Hecker . 

Robert L. Trigg 

Warren W. Wood 

LeRoy Dorland.. 

Hamilton C. Millender. 
J. Robins Wood 



Wimberly T. Dillard. 
William H. Freeman. 

Melvin C. Rich 



Max Kisliuk, Jr 

Clyde P. Trotter- 
Thomas J. Baker- 
Victor C. Durham. 
Alan G. Webb 



Officers, in Charge of Mexican 
Border Ports 



Ona D. Deputy 

Orlo A. Pratt 

Homer M. Cely 

Raymond O. Collier. 

John B. R. Leary 

Thomas A. Arnold... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief 

Chief, Information Division 

Junior administrative assistant- 



Chief, Economics Division... 

Chief, Textiles and Clothing Division 

Chief of Bureau, acting, in charge of Foods 
and Nutrition Division. 



Acting Chief 

Business manager 

Informational officer... 



Principal entomologist, in charge. 



Associate plant quarantine inspector, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Plant quarantine inspector, Bellingham, 
Wash. 

Junior plant quarantine inspector, Blaine, 
Wash. 

Plant quarantine inspector, Boston, Mass 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Buf- 
falo, N.Y. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Charles- 
ton, S.C. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Corpus 
Christi, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Gal- 
veston, Tex. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Hous- 
ton, Tex. 

Junior plant quarantine inspector, Mobile, 
Ala. 

Plant quarantine inspector, New Orleans, La. 

Senior plant quarantine inspector, New York, 
N.Y. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Plant quarantine inspector, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Port 
Arthur, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Port- 
land, Oreg. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

Plant quarantine inspector, Seattle, Wash 



Plant quarantine inspector, Brownsville, 
Tex. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Calex- 
ico, Calif. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Del 
Rio, Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Doug- 
las, Ariz. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, Eagle 
Pass, Tex. 

Associate plant quarantine inspector, El Paso, 
Tex. 



Legal residence 



State 



Mo 

N.Y.... 
Mich.... 



N.Y.... 

Iowa 

Mo 



Calif... 
D.C-. 
Pa 



Md. 



Md... 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 



Ohio. 
Tenn. 
111— _ 
Miss. 
Mich. 
Ariz.. 
Tex.. 
Ala._ 



La.. 
N.Y. 



Calif... 



Pa.. 
Tex. 



Oreg.. 
Ga.... 
Wash. 



Tex.. 
Calif. 
Tex.. 
Ariz.. 
Tex.. 
Tex.. 



Cong, 
dist. 



8th.. 
36th. 
5th.. 



11th. 
7th- 
8th.. 



11th. 



5th— 

5th— 

5th... 

6th... 

4th— 
10th- 

2d— . 

9th.._ 

6th... 

3d— 

AtL. 

8th... 

3d— . 



5th... 
5th... 



11th— 



6th... 
7th... 



3d.. 
lst. 
lst. 



15th.. 

nth— 

16th„. 
AtL. 

15th„ 
16th.. 



14 Also acting in charge of Foods and Nutrition Division. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



95 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Plant Quarantine — 

Continued 










Foreign Plant Quarantines- 
Continued 










Officers, in Charge of Mexican 
Border Ports — Continued 










Clarence F. Haller 




Tex 


16th. .. 


$2, 000 


Joseph M. Singleton 


Tex. 

Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Hidal- 
go, Tex. 
Associate plant quarantine inspector, Laredo, 


S.C 

Tex 


3d 

15th 


3,100 


Vernon J. Shiner 


3,400 


Luther A. Frost 


Tex. 
Junior plant quarantine inspector, Mercedes 

(Thayer International Bridge), Tex. 
Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Naco, 

Ariz. 
Associate plant quarantine inspector, Noga- 

les, Ariz. 


Tex 

Tex 


15th... 
16th 


2,600 




2,600 
3,500 


Charles E. Bellis 


Okla.— 
Tex 


5th.... 
15th 


Robert B. Lattimore 


3,000 


Adolph A. Stalmach 


sidio, Tex. 
Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Rio 

Grande City, Tex. 
Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Roma, 

Tex. 
Assistant plant quarantine inspector, San 

Ysidro, Calif. 
Junior plant quarantine inspector, Sasabe, 

Ariz. 
Junior plant quarantine inspector, Ysleta, 

Tex. 
Junior plant quarantine inspector, Zapata, 

Tex. 


Tex 

Tex 


15th... 
15th.. 


2,700 


George M. Jones 


2,600 


Leroy Schoening 


Calif.... 
Okla 


2d 

5th 


2,600 


Claud H. Wallis 


2,000 
2,600 
2,100 


William R. Shinn 


Wash... 


1st 


George A. Pfaffman 


Ala 


1st 


Hawaii Inspection 






Harold F. Willard 


Senior entomologist, Honolulu, Hawaii- 


Hawaii.. 




4,600 


Puerto Rico Inspection 






Allen G. Harley 


Assistant plant quarantine inspector, Maya- 

guez, P.R. 
Junior plant quarantine inspector, Ponce, 

P.R. 
Associate plant quarantine inspector, San 

Juan, P.R. 


Pa.. 


9th 


3,100 
2,400 
3,600 


Richard G. Oakley 


Ark 


3d 


Richard Faxon 


Ohio. . 


14th 


Domestic Plant Quarantines 






Stanley B. Fracker 


Principal plant quarantine administrator, in 
charge. 


Wis 


3d 


5,600 


European Corn Borer and Jap- 
anese Beetle Control and 
Quarantine Enforcement 






Leon H. Worthley 


Principal administrative officer, in charge, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 


Mass 


6th.... 


6,400 


Pink Bollworm and Thurberia 
Weevil Control and Quaran- 
tine Enforcement 


Robert E. McDonald 


Principal administrative officer, in charge, 
San Antonio, Tex. 


Tex 


14th... 


5,600 


Gipsy and Brown-tail Moth 
Control and Quarantine En- 
forcement 


Albert F. Burgess 


Principal entomologist, in charge, Green- 
field, Mass. 






6,000 


Mexican Fruit Fly Control and 
Quarantine Enforcement 






Paul A. Hoidale . 


Senior plant quarantine inspector, in charge, 
Harlingen, Tex. 




9th._._ 


4,800 


Date Scale Control and Quaran- 
tine Enforcement 




Boyd L. Boyden 


Senior entomologist, in charge, Indio, Calif... 


Calif 


9th 


4,600 


Technological Division 






Lon A. Hawkins 


Principal physiologist, in charge.. 


Iowa 


11th... 


6.000 



96 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Grain Futures Administration 



Joseph W. T. Duvel...... 

Joseph M. Mehl 

Theodore D. Hammatt-.. 

Rodger R. Kauffman 

Albert Strack... 



Field Grain Exchange 
Supervisors 



Leslie A. Fitz 

Jewett R. Mathewson. 

William F. Logan 

George H. Baston 

L. M. Jeffers 

Louis E. Wolf 



Food and Drug Adminis- 
tration 



Walter G. Campbell. 

Paul B. Dunbar 

Fred B. Linton 

LeeM. Clarke 

Mary T. Read 



Executive Supervision 

C. W. Crawford 

A. E. Taylor 

W. S. Frisbie.. 

Technical Control 



Ward B.White 

Horace T. Herrick '$. 



Frederick J. Cullen. 
B. J. Howard 



C. C. McDonnell 

Fletcher P. Veitch ^ 

Field Inspection Service 



William R. M. Wharton. 

Daniel M. Walsh 

George H. Adams 

F. L. Wollard... 

Joseph Callaway, Jr 

Clement S. Brinton 

J. J. McManus 



J. O. Clarke 

Harry D. Garrett 

Stuart A. Postle 

Will H. Hartigan 

C. W. Harrison 

Edwin C. Boudreaux. 
Austin E. Lowe 



Wendell Vincent... 
Grant J. Morton... 
Arthur W. Hansen. 

John E. Kimlel 

Harry C. Moore... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief 

Assistant Chief 

Senior marketing specialist. 
Assistant Chief investigator 
Administrative assistant ... 



Chicago, 111 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Kansas City, Mo... 
New York, N.Y---. 
Sacramento, Calif.. 
Seattle, Wash 



Chief 

Assistant Chief 

Assistant to Chief. 

Chief Clerk 

Editor 



Principal chemist, in charge of office of inter- 
state supervision. 

Principal chemist, in charge of office of import 
supervision. 

Principal chemist, in charge of office of coop- 
eration. 



Principal chemist, in charge of food control... 
Principal chemist, in charge of color certifica- 
tion. 
In charge of drug control 

Principal microscopist, in charge of micro- 
analytical laboratory. 

Principal chemist, in charge of insecticide 
control. 

Principal chemist, in charge of naval stores 
control. 

Eastern District 



Chief of district, New York, N.Y.... 

Chief of station, Baltimore, Md 

Chief of station, Boston, Mass 

Chief of station, Buffalo, N.Y 

Chief of station, New York, N.Y 

Chief of station, Philadelphia, Pa 

Chief of station, Savannah, Ga 

Central District 

Chief of district, Chicago, 111 

Chief of station, Chicago, 111 

Chief of station, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chief of station, Kansas City, Mo 

Chief of station, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Chief of station, New Orleans, La 

Chief of station, St. Louis, Mo 

Westf.rn District 

Chief of district, San Francisco, Calif 
Chief of station, San Francisco, Calif. 
Chief of station, Los Angeles, Calif... 
Acting chief of station, Denver, Colo. 
Acting chief of station, Seattle, Wash 



Legal residence 


Com- 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Ohio 

Iowa 

Kans 

Kans 

N-Y.... 


4th.... 
7th— 

1st 

7th.... 
10th. .. 


$7, 000 
5,600 
4,600 
4,600 
3,100 


N.Y 

Minn... 

Kans 

Maine ._ 
Calif.... 
Kans 


24th... 
10th_.. 
1st.... 

1st 

3d 

1st.... 


6,000 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
2 1, 000 
3,200 


Ky 

Md 

Ala 

N.Y 

Pa 


5th.... 
4th_._. 
91h— 
39th. .. 
15th— 


8,500 
6,400 
5,000 
3, 300 
2,600 


Okla.___ 


5th.... 


5,600 


N.Y.... 


11th... 


5,600 


Nebr_.._ 


lSt-.- 


6,000 


N.Y.... 
Ohio 


28th— 
20th ... 


5,600 
5,600 


Wash... 
Mich 


3d 

8th.... 


5,600 
5,800 


S.C 


3d 


5,600 


Md 


5th.... 


6,000 


Md 

Vt 

Mass 

N.Y.... 

N.Y 

Pa 

Ga 


5th.— 

1st 

4th 

1st 

37th... 
7th— 
5th-... 


6,000 
4,800 
4,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 


Mass 

111 

Minn... 

Mo 

Va 

La 

Mo 


4th-... 

2d 

10th... 
4th.... 
10th— 
7th— 
5th— 


5,800 
4,800 
4,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4, 600 
4,600 


Colo 

N.Dak.. 

111. 

111.. 

Calif.... 


1st 

1st.... 

2d 

16th... 
9th— 


6, 000 
4,800 
4,800 
4,000 
4,000 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 

15 Also principal chemist in charge of color and farm waste division, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 

16 Also principal chemist in charge of industrial farm products division, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

SECRETARY 

ROY D. CHAPIN, OF MICHIGAN 

Succeeded by 

DANIEL C. ROPER, OF SOUTH CAROLINA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 



John Dickinson 

Ewing Y. Mitchell 

South Trimble, Jr 

Malcolm Kerlin 

Margie G. Renn 

E. W. Libbey 

Charles E. Molster 

Edw. J. Gardner 

Thomas F. McKeon... 

Walter S. Erwin 

Charlotte L. Carmody. 



Aeronautics Branch 



Eugene L. Vidal 

J. Carroll Cone 

Rex Martin 

Stanley W. Crosthwait. 

Frederick R. Neely 

L. J. Briggs 



Edwin H. Pagenhart. 



Richard C. Gazley. 
Dr. E. S. Adams. „ 
H.J. Walls 

William T. Miller- 
Arthur J. LaBaie.. 
Richard S. Paulett. 

Eugene Sibley 

Charles I. Stanton. 
A. P. Taliaferro, Jr. 

George Gardner 

Jesse W. Lankford. 

John Groves 

Earle R. Strong 

Robert R. Reining. 



Bureau of the Census 



William L. Austin 

Stuart A. Rice 

Arthur J. Hirsch 

Emily I. Farnum 

Emmons K. Ellsworth. 

Margaret A. Patch 

Joseph A. Hill 

Zellmer R. Pettet 



Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Solicitor... 

Administrative assistant to the Secretary. 

Secretary to the Secretary 

Chief Clerk and Superintendent 

Disbursing Clerk 

Chief, Division of Appointments 

Chief, Division of Publications 

Chief, Division of Purchases and Sales. .. 
Librarian 



Director of Aeronautics 

Assistant Director of Aeronautics 

Assistant Director of Aeronautics 

Chief, Administrative Division 

Chief, Aeronautic Information Division 

Chief, Aeronautics Research Division (Bureau 

of Standards) . 
Chief, Mapping Division (Coast and Geodetic 

Survey) . 

Chief, engineering section 

Acting chief, medical section.. 

Chief, radio section 

Chief, surveys section 

Chief, construction section 

Chief, enforcement section 

Chief, communications section 

Airways Engineer 

Chief, airport section 

Chief, editorial section 

Secretary, aircraft accident board 

Chief, airway bulletin section 

Chief, statistics and distribution section 

Chief, registration section 



Director 

Assistant Director 

Chief Clerk 

Personnel officer 

Supervisor, field work. 

Statistical assistant to Director 

Chief statistician, statistical research. 
Chief statistician, agriculture 



Pa 

Mo..... 
Ky... .. 
N.J.... 
Md.... 
D.C.- 
Ohio... 

s.c... 

N.Y... 
Miss... 

N.Y... 



S.Dak.. 

Ark 

Ill 

Md 

D.C 

Mich 



Minn... 

Ohio 

Tex 

W.Va... 

Fla 

Ohio 

Va 

Ore 

Fla 

N.Y 

N.Y.... 

Ind 

Md 

N.Y 

N.Y.... 



Miss 



111. ... 
N.Y.. 
Md... 
D.C. 
N.H.. 
Ga— 



6th. 
2d.. 
6th. 



10th. 

1st.. 
24th. 
3d— 
7th.. 



2d... 
5th.. 
25th. 
5th.. 



lst... 



14th. 
14th. 
2d— 
4th.. 
3d— 
4th.. 
3d... 
4th.. 
21st. 



2d— 
6th.. 
24th. 
14th. 



5th. 
2d„ 
16th 
19th 
6th— 



2d„ 

5th— 



1 Relative rank of commander. United States Navy; see Navy pay tables in appendix. 



$8, 000 
8,000 
8,000 
8,500 
2,300 
6,400 
5,200 
4,600 
4,400 
4,600 
3,200 



8,000 
6,500 
6,500 
4,800 
5,600 
8,000 

0) 

6,200 
4,600 



200 
5,000 
5,000 
3,800 
4,400 
5,600 
4,600 
3,200 
3,600 
3,200 
3,300 
3,100 



8,000 
6,500 
6,400 
4,000 
4.000 
3,100 
5,600 
5,600 



97 



98 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of the Census— Con. 

Sherman S. Slick. 

Harvey J. Zimmerman 

George W. Potter 

Starke M. Grogan 

Lemuel A. Carruthers.. 

Clarence E. Batschelet 

Evelyn L. Yeonians. 

LeVerne Beales „ 

John F. Daly 

Leon E. Truesdell 

Olive M. Riddleberger 

Edward W. Koch 

Alba M. Edwards 

Timothy F. Murphy 

Willard C. Smith 

E. M. LaBoiteaux 

George B. Wetzel 

Christopher M. Zepp 

Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce 



Willard L. Thorp 

H. Russell Amory 

Nathanael H. Engle. . 

Lacey Zapf 

Gene Wilbur 

Wharton Moore .. 

Griffith Evans. 

Royal H. Brasel 

Walter Asmuth 

Harold Dotterer 

Walter L. Miller 

Nicholas Eckhardt, Jr. 

Harvey W. Haun 

Clive W. Palmer 



Technical Divisions 



Ernest A..Tupper... 
Grosvenor M. Jones. 
Louis Domeratzky.. 

Thos. E. Lyons 

Henry Chalmers 

Arthur S. Hillyer... 
Edwin B. George... 
C. J. Junkin 



Commodity Divisions 



Marshall T. Jones. 
Archie W. Childs. 



Edward G. Montgomery. 

Walter H. Rastall. 

Axel H. Oxholm 

Edward T. Pickard 

Wilbur J. Page 

Charles C. Concannon... 

Luther Becker. 

EricT. King 

James W. Furness 

Benjamin D. Hill 

Leighton H. Peebles 



District Managers 

Frederic L. Roberts 

James F. Hodgson 

E. Tilden Mattox 

Thomas L. Gaukel 

H. K. Sorensen 

W. L. Mitchell 

H. D. Butler 

A. J. Barnaud 

John S. GorT 

ShirlH. Blalock... 



Assistant chief statistician, agriculture 

Chief statistician, cotton and oils 

Administrative chief, cotton and oils 

Chief statistician, financial statistics of cities 

and States. 
Assistant chief statistician, financial statistics 

of cities and States. 

Geographer 

Assistant geographer 

Chief statistician , manufactures 

Assistant chief statistician, manufactures 

Chief statistician, population 

Assistant chief statistician, population.. 

Administrative chief, population 

Statistician, occupations 

Chief statistician, vital statistics 

Assistant chief statistician, vital statistics 

Mechanical engineer in charge of laboratory.. 

Expert in charge of tabulation 

Expert in charge of printing 



Director 

Assistant Director 

Assistant Director.. 

Assistant to the Director— 
do 



Administrative assistant 

Chief, Editorial Division 

Chief, Correspondence Division 

Acting Chief, Statistical Division 

Chief, District offices Division 

Chief, Foreign-Service Division 

Chief, Drafting and Exhibit Division. 

Chief, Accounting Office 

Chief, Personnel Division 



Acting Chief, Economic Research Division- 
Chief, Finance and Investment Division 

Chief, Division of Regional Information 

Acting Chief, Transportation Division 

Chief, Foreign Tariffs Division 

Chief, Commercial Intelligence Division 

Chief, Domestic Commerce Division 

Chief, Commercial Laws Division. 



Chief, Electrical Division 

Chief, Automotive and Aeronautics Trade 
Division. 

Chief, Foodstuffs Division. 

Chief, Machinery Division 

Chief, Lumber and Paper Division 

Chief, Textiles Division 

Chief, Leather, Rubber, and Shoe Division... 

Chief, Chemical Division 

Chief, Iron and Steel Division 

Chief, Specialties Division 

Chief, Minerals Division 

Chief, Tobacco Division 

Liaison officer, N.R.A 



Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 



Chicago 

New York 

San Francisco. 

St. Louis 

Philadelphia- 
Atlanta 

Boston 

Detroit 

New Orleans- 
Seattle 



Ill 

Pa 

Miss 

Ga 

Ohio.... 

Pa 

Conn... 

N.Y 

Mass 

Me 

Va 

Md 

Maine. . 
Maine. _ 

111 

Conn 

Pa. 

N.Y.... 



Mass 

Calif.... 
Wash... 
Tenn... 
Calif.... 

Mo 

N.Y 

Okla.... 

Wis 

Pa 

D.C 

D.C 

111 

Md 



11th. 
24th. 
4th- 
8th.. 

17th. 

16th. 
1st.. 
14th. 
3d... 
3d— 
7th.. 
6th.. 
lst.. 
2d... 
20th. 
1st.. 
19th. 
29th. 



10th. 
15th. 
15th. 
27th. 
3d... 
5th.. 
7th- 



Pa.._ 
Ohio. 
Va... 
Va... 

N.Y. 
Mass. 
Pa... 

N.Y. 



N.J.. 
Ohio. 



22cl. 
6th. 



1st.. 
21st. 



N.Y.... 

Ohio.... 

Md 

Conn 

N.H 

N.Y 

N.J 

N.Y 

Pa 

Ky 

N.Y 



Pa.._. 
N.J... 
Calif.. 
Pa.... 
Kans. 
N.Y.. 
111..... 
N.Y.. 
Ind... 
Wash. 



10th. 
28th. 
15th. 
32d- 
17th. 



8th_. 
29th. 

37th. 
3d... 
6th.. 
5th.. 
lst-. 



10th-. 
11th.. 
1st... 
2d__. 
11th.. 



16th. 
1st.. 
32d.. 
25th. 
4th.. 



7th.. 
6th.. 
8th.. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



99 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



Bureau of Foreign and Domes- 
tic Commerce — Continued 

District Managers— Contd. 

Frank Messenger 

Ernest L. Tutt 

William B. Henderson 

Ernest M. Zwickel 

Prentiss M. Terry 

Charles W. Grubbs.. 

J. J. Skorup, Jr 

John E. Wrenn. 

Walter N. Pearce 

J. E. Addicks.. 

Wilson K. Ray. 

Fred M. Rayburn 

Sherwood H. Avery .. 

Harold C. Jackson 

Division of Customs Statistics, 
New York 

Louis J. Mahoney- 

Commerciat Attaches 

K. L. Rankin 

C. C. Brooks 

Alexander V. Dye. 

Chas. E. Dickerson 

James T. Scott 

Jesse F. Van Wickel__ 

Albert F. Nufer 

Julian E. Gillespie 

Samuel H. Day.. 

Lynn W. Meekins 

Thomas H. Lockett 

Henry M. Bankhead. 

Henry C. MacLean 

Don C. Bliss 

Ralph H. Ackerman 

Charles A. Livengood.. . 

Merwin L. Bohan 

Julean H. Arnold 

Thormod C. Klath.... 

Frank S. Williams 

Thos. L. Hughes... 

Clayton B. Lane 

Assistant Commerciat Attaches 

A. B. Calder 

R. G. Glover.. 

J. C. Greenup 

L. W. Hunt 

C. E. Lyon 

D. P. Miller 

O. B. North 

A. O. Pierrot 

H. M. Randall 

D. J. Reagan 

Julian D. Smith 

Sam E. Woods 

Trade Commissioners 

Charles E. Brookhart... 

George R. Canty 

T. C. Butts 

George C. Howard 

Edward B. Lawson.. 

James Somerville, Jr 

Algernon A. Osborne 

Evett D. Hester 

Richard A. Tullis 

Elizabeth Humes 

A. Viola Smith 

J. B. Foster _ 

Basil D. Dahl 

Earl C. Squire 

Paul P. Steintorf 

Irving H. Taylor. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Manager, Portland, Oreg 

Manager, Houston 

Manager, Memphis 

Manager, Minneapolis 

Manager, Louisville 

Manager. Los Angeles 

Manager, Norfolk 

Manager, Kansas City, Mo.. 

Manager, Jacksonville 

Manager, Birmingham 

Manager, Pittsburgh 

Manager, Buffalo 

Manager, Dallas 

Acting Manager, Charleston. 



Chief, Division of Customs Statistics. 



Athens, Greece 

Bogata, Colombia 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Cairo, Egypt. 

Copenhagen, Denmark 

The Hague, Netherlands 

Habana, Cuba 

Istanbul, Turkey 

Johannesburg, South Africa. 

London, England 

Mexico City, Mexico 

Ottawa, Canada 

Paris, France 

Prague, Czechoslovakia 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Rome, Italy 

Santiago, Chile.. 

Shanghai, China 

Stockholm, Sweden 

Tokyo, Japan 

Vienna, Austria 

Warsaw, Poland 



Shanghai, China 

Mexico City, Mexico 

Madrid, Spain 

Brussels, Belgium 

London, England 

Berlin, Germany 

Ottawa, Canada 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. .. 

Santiago, Chile 

Paris, France 

Lima, Peru 

Prague, Czechoslovakia. 



Batavia, Java.. 

Berlin, Germany 

Brussels, Belgium 

Calcutta, India 

Johannesburg, South Africa. ... 

London, England 

Madrid, Spain 

Manila, Philippine Islands 

Mexico City, Mexico 

Rome, Italy 

Shanghai, China.. 

Singapore, Straits Settlements. 

Stockholm, Sweden 

Sydney, Australia 

Tokyo, Japan 

Vienna, Austria 



Legal residence 



State 



Tex... 
Tex_. 
Wash. 
111.... 
Ky— . 
Calif. 
Pa... 
Pa-. 
D.C.. 
Ga... 
Pa... 
Ohio. 
Tex.. 
D.C.. 



N.Y. 



N.Y.... 
N.J.... 
N.Y.... 
Mass.. . 

Ga 

N.Y.... 
N.Y.... 

Tex 

Calif... 

Pa 

Ky 

Fla 

N.Y.... 

N.J 

S.C 

Wash... 

Tex 

Calif.... 

Iowa 

Miss 

Tenn... 
Calif.... 



N.Y. 
Fla... 
Calif. 
D.C- 
Mass. 
D.C.. 
Conn. 
N.J.. 
Iowa. 
N.Y.. 
Mass. 
Miss. 



Iowa 

Mass 

N.Y 

D.C 

D.C 

Miss 

Pa 

Ill 

Tex 

La 

Calif.... 

Ala 

Wis 

111 

Va 

Mich 



Cong, 
dist. 



13th. 
11th. 
1st.. 
9th.. 
5th.. 
6th.. 
7th.. 
5th.. 



5th. . 
30th. 
11th. 
6th.. 



21st. 



6th.. 
19th. 
2d.._ 
8th.. 



5th— 



4th.. 
5th_. 
4th_. 
18th. 
4th.. 
2d.. 
4th.. 
5th.. 
3d... 
11th. 
Sth__ 
6th- 
7th.. 



4th. 
9th. 



14th. 



3d... 
2d— 
2d... 
12th. 
6th.. 
6th- 



lst.. 
11th. 



4th- 
24th. 
13th. 
14th. 
4th.. 
10th. 
8th.. 
11th. 
9th.. 
4th.. 
2d— 



100 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



Bureau of Standards 

Lyman J. Briggs 2 

Addams S. McAllister 

Henry D. Hubbard 

Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 



H. W. Bearce 

F. S. Holbrook 

Eugene C. Crittenden. 

H. C. Dickinson 

C. A. Skinner 

E. W. Washburn 

Lyman J. Briggs 

Warren E. Emley 



Henry Rawdon... 

P. H. Bates 

Edwin W. Ely.... 
James S. Taylor. _. 
A. S. McAllister 3. 
I. J. Fairchild 



Bureau of Fisheries 



Frank T. Bell 

Charles E. Jackson- 
Albert K. Brown... 
Elmer Higgins 



Glen C. Leach 

Reginald H. Fiedler . 

Ward T. Bower 

Talbott Denmead... 



Fishery Stations 



Henry O'Malley 

Joseph Kemmerich 

Herbert F. Prytherch. 



Thomas H. Dorr 

Harry F. Johnston 

John P. Snyder 

Charles W. Burnham. 



Philo B. Hawley 

John Blosz 

George N. Montgomery. 

Ward A. Cook 

William S. Vincent 

John G. Feustel 

James R. Russell 

Harry L. Canfield 

Clyde H. Van Atta 

Herman O. Hesen, Jr... 

Dell Brown 

Gilbert H. Gill 

James D. DeRocher 

William H. Thomas 

Frank L. Snipes 

Gervis W. Hoofnagle 

Granville L. Heuchele.. 
Adolph T. Looff 



Albert H. Dinsmore. 
Charles B. Grater... 
Seth M. Ainsworth. 

(Vacancy) 

Marcus S. Meyer... 
Charles R. Wiant... 
Edward M. Haynes. 



G. Raymond Hoffses. 
Samuel A. Scott 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Director 

Assistant Director for Commercial Standardi- 
zation. 
Assistant to the Director 



Co-chief, Division of Weights and Measures 
do 



Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
sion, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 



Electricity Division 

Heat and Power Division 

Optics Division 

Chemistry Division 

Mechanics and Sound Division 

Fibrous and Organic Materials Divi- 



Metallurgy Division 

Clay and Silicate Products Division. 

Division of Simplified Practice 

Building and Housing Division 

Specifications Division 

Trade Standards Division 



Commissioner 

Deputy Commissioner 

Administrative assistant 

Chief, Division of Scientific Inquiry Respect- 
ing Food Fishes. 

Chief, Division of Fish Culture 

Chief, Division of Fishery Industries 

Chief, Division of Alaska Fisheries 

Chief, Law Enforcement Division 



Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent 

tion, Beaufort 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 

D.C. 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 

Sound). 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Super mtendent , 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 

W.Va. 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 



Baird, Calif 

Baker Lake, Wash 

and director, biological sta- 

,N.C. 

Boothbay Harbor, Maine. . 

Bozeman, Mont.. 

Cape Vincent, N.Y 

central station, Washington, 



Clackamas, Oreg... 

Warm Springs, Ga. 

Craig Brook, Maine 

Duluth, Minn. 

Edenton, N.C 

Erwin, Tenn 

Hagerman, Idaho 

La Crosse, Wis 

Leadville, Colo 

Louisville, Ky 

Mammoth Spring, Ark 

Manchester, Iowa 

Nashua, N.H 

Neosho, Mo 

Northville, Mich 

Orangeburg, S.C 

Put in Bay, Ohio 

Quinault, Wash. (Puget 



York Pond, N.H 

San Marcos, Tex 

Saratoga, Wyo 

Spearfish, S.Dak 

Springville, Utah 

Tupelo, Miss. 

White Sulphur Springs, 



Woods Hole, Mass. 
Wytheville, Va 



Legal residence 



State 



Mich... 

N.Y... 



111. 



Maine. 
N.Y... 
N.Y... 
Mass.. 
Nebr... 

Ill 

Mich.. 
Pa 



Mich.. 

Pa 

N.Y... 
N.Y... 

N.Y... 
Mich.. 



Wash. 
S.C... 
D.C. 
Calif- 



Mo.... 
Wash.. 
Mich.. 
Md_... 



Wash.. 
Alaska. 

N.Y... 



Maine. 
Colo... 
Pa 

N.Y... 



Oreg... 
Ohio... 
Maine. 
Mich.. 
N.Y... 
Iowa... 
Wash.. 
Wis.... 
Mich.. 
D.C— 
Ky..... 
Md_... 
N.H... 
Mass.. . 
Miss... 

Pa 

Ohio... 
Wash.. 

Maine - 
N.H... 
Iowa... 



Wash. 
Pa.... 
W.Va. 



Mass. 
Va... 



Cong. 
dist. 



4th.. 
21st. 



2d. 



2d— 
22d- 
30th. 
3d— 
1st.. 
19th. 
4th.. 
31st. 



2d... 
31st. 
6th_. 
38th. 
21st. 
4th.. 



9th... 



11th. 
1st.. 
2d... 
2d.„ 



1st. 



35th. 



3d... 
1st.. 
20th. 
28th. 



lst.. 
2d„. 
3d— 
2d— 
28th. 
2d... 
2d— 
3d... 
2d„. 



5th... 
6th... 
2d... . 
6th._. 
1st... 
20th.. 
9th... 
lst... 



3d.. 
2d.. 
4th. 



3d... 

11th. 
3d— 



14th. 
9th.. 



J Also chief, Mechanics and Sound Division. 

3 Also assistant director for commercial standardization. 

4 Includes allowance for quarters furnished. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



101. 



DEPARTMENT OF COxMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Fisheries— Contd. 

Fishery Stations— Continued 

Clarence F. Culler 

Frederic J. Foster. 



Lemuel G. Wingard. 

Dennis Winn 

Joseph A. Craig 



Bureau of Lighthouses 



George R. Putnam 

Harold D. King 

Charles A. Park 

Edward C. Gillette 

Frederick C. Hingsburg. 

Guy B. Skinner 

Walter P. Harman 

Thomas Flood 

Charles J. Ludwig, Jr... 



District Offices 



George E. Eaton 5 

George E. Eaton 

Joseph T. Yates 

G. W. Hitchenss 

Lewis M. Hopkins 

Henry L. Beck 

William W. Demeritt... 

Edward S. Lanphier 

Norman C. Manyon 

Roscoe House 

Fred P. Dillon 

Charles H. Hubbard.. .. 

Irving L. Gill 

Walter C. Dibrell 

Ralph R. Tinkham 

Harry W. Rhodes 

Frederick A. Edgecomb. 



Coast and Geodetic Survey 6 



Raymond S. Patton 

Jean H. Hawley 

Charles H. Dieck 

Frederick G. Robinette.. 

Hugh H. Hartley 

Eugene Meads 

William H. Deck 

Clarence C. Weidemann. 

William Bowie 

Clem L. Garner 

Henry G. Avers.. 

Howard S. Rappleye 

Walter F. Reynolds 

Clarence H. Swick. 

Gilbert T. Rude 



Richard R. Lukens. 
Frank S. Borden 



District supervisor, fish rescue station, La 

Crosse, Wis. 
Supervisor, fish cultural stations, Rocky 

Mountain region. 

Agent, Alaska service, Seattle, Wash 

Field superintendent, Seattle, Wash 

Director, biological laboratory, Seattle, Wash. 



Commissioner 

Deputy Commissioner 

Chief Engineer 

Superintendent of naval construction 

Chief, Signal Division 

Chief, Architectural and Structural Division 

Administrative assistant 

Examiner at large 

Chief Clerk.. 



Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent. 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 



1st dist., 
2d dist.. 
3d dist., 
4th dist., 
5th dist., 
6th dist., 
7th dist., 
8th dist., 
9th dist., 
10th dist. 
11th dist. 
12th dist 
15th dist. 
16th dist., 
17th dist. 
18th dist., 
19th dist. 



Portland, Maine... 

Boston, Mass 

Staten Island, N.Y. 

Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Baltimore, Md 

Charleston, S.C... 

Key West, Fla.... 

New Orleans, La.. 

San Juan, P.R 

., Buffalo, N.Y 

., Detroit, Mich 

., Milwaukee, Wis. 

., St. Louis, Mo 

/Ketchikan, Alaska 
., Portland, Oreg... 
San Francisco, Calif. 
, Honolulu, Hawaii- 



Director 7 

Assistant Director 10 

Chief Clerk.... 

Mechanical superintendent 

Chief, section of library and archives 

Chief, section of supplies and shipments 

Chief, section of personnel 

Editor 

Chief, Division of Geodesy " 

Assistant chief, Division of Geodesy l0 

Chief mathematician, Division of Geodesy... 
Chief, section of leveling 

Chief, section of triangulation 

Chief, section of gravity and astronomy 

Chief, Division of Hydrography and Topog- 
raphy. 7 

Assistant chief, Division of Hydrography 
and Topography.' 2 

Chief, section of field work 12 . 



W.Va 

Mass 

Wash 
N.H.... 

Calif- 



Iowa 

Md 

Wyo.... 
Pa 

N.Y.... 
N.Y.... 

Vt 

Pa 

Pa 



2d... 
14th. 



2d.. 
2d.. 

8th. 



Mass... 
Mass.— 
N.Y... 

Del 

Mass... 

Tex 

Fla 

La 

N.Y... 
N.Y... 
S.C... 

Ill 

Wis.— 

Tex 

Mich... 
Calif— 
Hawaii- 



Ohio.. 

N.Y 

111.... 
Md.. 
D.C 
D.C 
Md.. 
D.C. 
Md.. 
N.C. 
Ohio. 
N.Y. 
Md.. 
Md.. 
Md.. 



Ind. 
Pa.. 



2d... 
2d... 
1st.. 
6th.. 
18th. 
11th. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
13th. 



14th.. 
14th.. 
8th... 
AtL. 
12th.. 
14th.. 
1st... 
2d.... 
23d... 
36th.. 
6th... 
9th... 
4th... 
10th.. 
1st..- 
7th— 



4th.. 
31st. 
14th. 
5th.. 



5th... 

5th— 
4th-. 
9th... 
37th.. 
4th... 
5th... 
1st... 

11th.. 

15th.. 



* Includes allowance for quarters furnished. 

5 Acting. 

6 The pay and allowances of commissioned officers of the Coast and Geodetic Survey are the 
commissioned officers of the Navy with whom they hold relative rank (sec. 11, act May 18, 1920) 
pay tables in appendix. 

7 Hydrographic and geodetic engineer with relative rank of captain. 

8 Pay of rear admiral (lower half). 

9 Pay of captain. 

10 Hydrographic and geodetic engineer with relative rank of commander. 

11 Pay of commander. 

12 Hydrographic and geodetic engineer with relative rank of lieutenant commander. 

13 Pay of lieutenant commander. 



as for 

Nav>' 



102 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Coast and Geodetic Survey — 

Continued 



Francis G. Engle 

Frederick B. T. Siems. 

Leo C. Wilder 

Edwin H. Pagenhart— . 
Leo.,0. Colbert 



George L. Flower 

Louis P. Keyser 

Raymond L. Ross 

William F. Peabody... 
Dudley P. Barnette, Jr. 

Harlan C. Allen 

Paul C. Whitney 

Harry A. Marmer 



Paul Schureman... 
Lindsay P. Disney- 
Luke A Cole 

Nicholas H. Heck.. 



Ernest W. Eickelberg. 



Daniel L. Hazard 

Frank Neumann 

Harold E. McOomb. 



Douglas L. Parkhurst. 
James M. Griffin 



Field stations 



Francis H. Hardy 

Robert F. Luce 

Thomas H. Maher... 
Kenneth T. Adams. . 

George D. Cowie 

Eugene T. Crowther. 



Bureau of Navigation and 
Steamboat Inspection 



(Vacancy) - 

Arthur J. Tyrer.. 

Dickerson N. Hoover . 

Laurens N. Prior 

W. L. Turner 

A. E. Keyser 



Supervising inspectors 

(Vacancy) 

John L. Crone 



Alexander O. Calcott. 

(Vacancy) 

Oscar G. Haines 

(Vacancy) 



Harry Layfield 

Frederick J. Meno. 
( Vacancy) 



Chief, section of vessels and equipment 10 

Chief, section of coast pilot 10 

Chief, section of training li 

Chief, Division of Charts 7 ... 

Assistant Chief, Division of Charts, and 
chief, section of field records. 10 

Chief, section of cartography , 

Chief, section of photography 

Chief, section of airways mapping 

Chief, section of engraving 

Chief, section of printing. 

Chief, section of sales 

Chief, Division of Tides and Currents 7 

Assistant Chief, Division of Tides and Cur- 
rents, and Chief, section of field work. 

Chief, section of tide reductions 

Chief, section of tide predictions 

Chief, section of datum planes 

Chief, Division of Terrestrial Magnetism and 

Seismology. 7 
Assistant chief, Division of Terrestrial Mag- 
netism and Seismology. 12 

Chief, section of terrestrial magnetism 

Chief, section of seismology 

Chief, section of observatories and equip- 
ment. 

Chief, Division of Instruments — 

Chief, Division of Accounts — 



N.Y 

Md 

Vt 

Minn 



Inspector, Seattle, Wash. 10 ... 

Director, Manila, P.I. 10 

Inspector, San Francisco, Calif. 10 .. 

Inspector, Boston, Mass. 12 

Inspector, New York, N.Y. 12 

Clerk in charge, New Orleans, La. 



Director _ — 

Assistant Director (Navigation) 

Assistant Director (Steamboat Inspection). 

Head, Load-Line Division 

Admeasurer of vessels 

Administrative assistant 



N.J. 
Va.. 
NJ- 



Supervising inspector, 1st dist., San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Supervising inspector, 2d dist., New York, 
N.Y. 

Supervising inspector, 3d dist., Norfolk, Va.. 

Supervising inspector, 4th dist., St. Louis, Mo 

Supervising inspector, 5th dist., Boston, Mass. 

Supervising inspector, 6th dist., Louisville, 
Ky. 

Supervising inspector, 7th dist., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 

Supervising inspector, 8th dist., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Supervising inspector, 9th dist., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

7 Hydrographic and geodetic engineer with relative rank of captain. 
9 Pay of captain. 

10 Hydrographic and geodetic engineer with relative rank of commander. 

11 Pay of commandar. 

12 Hydrographic and geodetic engineer with relative rank of lieutenant commander, 
u Pay of lieutenant commander. 

14 Hydrographic and geodetic engineer with relative rank of lieutenant. 
14 Pay of lieutenant. 



Ky... 

D.C 

D.C.. 
D.C. 
Md.. 

Nebr.... 

N.Y 

N.J.. 



N.J... 
D.C... 
W.Va. 
Pa.... 



N.Y. 

R.I.. 

Md.. 
Nebr. 

Mass. 
Ga... 



N.H.... 



N.Y. 
Ohio. 
N.Y. 
Miss. 



D.C 

Md.. 
N.J.. 
Va... 
Ohio. 



Pa... 
Mich. 



12th. 
2d... 
2d... 
1st.. 
9th.. 

11th. 



2d.. 
2d.. 
22d. 
2d.. 



3d. 



4th- 
13th. 



37th... 



3d- 
4th. 



2d.. 
5th. 



1st.. 
5th.. 
2d— 
14th. 
26th. 
7th.. 



5th- 
6th_. 
lst._ 
11th. 



6th_. 
2d— 
2d." 



32d. 
7th. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



103 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Navigation and 
Steamboat Inspection — Con. 

Supervising inspectors— Con. 

Cecil N. Bean 



William Fisher. 



Shipping Service 



Supervising inspector, 10th dist., New Or- 
leans, La. 

Supervising inspector, 11th dist., Seattle, 
Wash. 



E. W. Voorhies. 

F. M. Lathe.... 
J. B. Lindhe.... 
J. A. Rylander.. 



L. F. O'Brien 

A. R. Smith 

Elmer T. Hedrick— 
Charles W. Matson. 

E. L. Posey 

L. Nichols 

R. G. Dobbin 

F. C. Wiatt 

A. L. Woodruff 



Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 

Calif. 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 



commissioner at New York, N.Y— 

commissioner at Seattle, Wash 

commissioner at New Orleans, La. 
commissioner at San Francisco, 



at Boston, Mass 

at Philadelphia, Pa.. 

at Baltimore, Md 

at Galveston, Tex 

at Norfolk. Va 

at Providence, R.I... 

at Mobile, Ala 

at Newport News, Va. 
at Los Angeles, Calif. 



commissioner 
commissioner 
commissioner 
commissioner 
commissioner 
commissioner 
commissioner 
commissioner 
commissioner 



Patent Office 



Conway P. Coe 

William A. Kinnan 

F. M.Hopkins 

James A. Brearley 

Albert W. Kaiser 

J. W. Clift 

W. L. Thurber 

Webster S. Ruckman.. 

W. L. Redrow 

E. Landers 

P. P. Pierce 

E. T. Morgan 

F. P. Edinburg 

Theodore A. Hostetler. 
Robert F. Whitehead.. 

G. P. Tucker 

H. S. Miller... 

Charles H. Pierce 

H. I. Houston 

I. P. Disney. 

H. H. Jacobs 

J. H. Carnes.. 

F. A. Richmond 

H. C. Armstrong 

C. L. Wolcott 

J. H. Lightfoot 



Commissioner 

First Assistant Commissioner. 

Assistant Commissioner 

Chief Clerk 

Assistant Chief Clerk... 

Examiner in chief 

....do 



Solicitor 

Law Examiner, 
do. 

do. 



Examiner of classification 

Examiner of interferences (patents) . 
do 



.do. 



Examiner of interferences (trade marks). 

Examiner of trade marks.. 

Supervisor 

do 

.—do 



In Charge of Examining 
Divisions 

F. A. Loeffler (div. 1) 



Principal examiner, tillage, fences, gates, 
handling and hoist line implements, plants, 
closure operators. 

D. Herrmann (div. 2) Principal examiner, bee culture, dairy, 

presses, tobacco, animal husbandry, fishing 
and trapping, velocipedes. 

Principal examiner, metal founding, metal- 
lurgy. 

Acting examiner, conveyors, excavating, 
handling devices, and hoists. 

Principal examiner, harvesters, music, 
acoustics, sound recording. 

Principal examiner, carbon chemistry 

Principal examiner, optics, photography 

Principal examiner, beds, chairs, racks, cabi- 
nets, kitchen, and table articles. 

R. E. Adams (div. 9) Principal examiner, pumps, fluid current and 

hydraulic motors, turbines. 

F. Hunter (div. 10) Principal examiner, motor vehicles, land 

vehicles, animal draft appliances. 



A. Lindsey (div. 3) 

A. E. Donnelly (div. 4) 
J. F. McNab(div. 5).. 



M. Lewers (div. 6) 
G. Jarboe (div. 7). 
L. Adams (div. 8). 



Fla.„ 

Calif.... 



N.Y... 
Wash.. 

La 

Calif.... 



Maine. 

Pa 

Md.... 
Tex.... 

Va 

R.I.... 
Ala.... 

Va 

Calif... 



Md... 
Mich.. 
Mich.. 
D.C... 
N.Y.. 
Mich.. 



Mich. 
Ohio. 
N.Y.. 
Md.. 
W.Va 
Kans. 
111— 
Va... 
Nebr. 
Calif. 
N.Y.. 
111.... 
Md.. 
Mass. 
N.J.. 
Calif. 
Mass. 
Nebr. 
Va... 

Pa... 

N.Y.. 



N.Y. 
R.I.. 



Nev. 
Md. 
P.R. 



111... 
S.C. 



2d- 
4th. 



8th.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
10th. 



1st.. 
7th.. 
2d... 
7th.. 
2d... 
1st., 
lst-. 
lst.. 
10th. 



6th.. 
6th.. 
7th. 

42d- 
10th. 
11th. 
2d— 
12th. 
34th. 
6th.. 
3d... 
7th.. 
7th.. 
10th. 
2d... 
6th„ 
6th„ 
16th. 
3d— 
2d— 
2d... 
10th. 
3d... 
2d... 
8th.. 



15th — 

37th— 

35th„. 

3d 

3d 

AtL„ 
5th— 



22d— . 
2d 



104 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Patent Office— Continued 

In Charge of Examining 
Divisions— Continued 



E. V. Benham (div. 11). 



C. C. Henry (div. 12) 

F. J. Borlick (div. 13) 

N. J. Brumbaugh (div. 14). 

L.W.Worrell (div. 15).... 



C.J. Spencer (div. 16). 
H. Armstrong (div. 17). 

M. E. Porter (div. 18). 



A. R. Kennedy (div. 19). 
S. D. Grove (div. 20) 



T. J. Thompson (div. 21). 
D. Ringle, Jr. (div. 22)... 



W. D. Groesbeck (div. 23). 
C. O. Duras (div. 24) 



C. F. Blakely (div. 25). 



W. M. Adams (div. 26). 
W. N. Clark (div. 27) „ 
A. R. Benson (div. 28). 
J. B. Shklarin (div. 29). 
J. L. Shipman (div. 30). 



W. N. Holmes (div. 31) 

J. A. Bartholomew (div. 32). 



W. I. Wyman (div. 33). 
S. Saperstein (div. 34).. 



E. C. Reynolds (div. 35).. 
A. D. McFadyen (div. 36). 

M. E. Weaver (div. 37) 

C. F. Krafffr(div. 38) 



F. I. Whitney (div. 39). 



J. J. Oberlin (div. 40).... 
M. L. Whitney (div. 41). 



H. O. Cutting (div. 42). 
E. F. Klinge (div. 43).. 



C. H. Shaffer (div. 44). 
H.D.Hill (div. 45)... 
M. Taylor (div. 46)... 



H. Barker (div. 47). 



Principal examiner, leather working, shoe- 
making, harness, buttons, eyelets, and rivet 
setting, nailing, and stapling. 

Principal examiner, machine elements 

Principal examiner, metal working 

Principal examiner, sheet metal and wire 
working, metal bending. 

Principal examiner, glass, plastics, plastic 
block apparatus. 

Principal examiner, telegraphy, telephony. _. 

Principal examiner, printing, ornamenta- 
tion, paper manufactures, and handling. 

Principal examiner, expansible chamber 
motors, power plants, speed responsive 
devices. 

Principal examiner, stoves and furnaces, 
heating systems, fuel burners. 

Principal examiner, hardware, locks, safes, 
undertaking, closure fasteners. 

Principal examiner, cloth finishing, textiles- 
Principal examiner, aeronautics, ammunition 
and guns, boats and ships. 

Principal examiner, recorders, registers 

Principal examiner, apparel, apparel appa- 
ratus, garment supporters, sewing ma- 
chines. 

Principal examiner, agitating, butchering, 
centrifugal-bowl separators, classifying 
solids, mills, threshing, vegetable cutters. 

Principal examiner, electricity, generation, 
and motive power. 

Principal examiner, brushing and scrubbing, 
laundry, washing, apparatus. 

Principal examiner, internal-combustion en- 
gines. 

Acting examiner, woodworking, tools, com- 
pound tools. 

Principal examiner, illuminating burners, 
illumination, thermostats, temperature and 
humidity regulation. 

Principal examiner, industrial chemistry 

Principal examiner, gas and liquid contact 
apparatus, heat exchange, gas separations. 

Principal examiner, buildings, bridges, roads. 

Principal examiner, railways, store service, 
fenders, pneumatic dispatches. 

Principal examiner, buckles, buttons, clasps, 
advertising, signals, toilet. 

Principal examiner, geometrical and measur- 
ing instruments, weighers. 

Principal examiner, circuit makers and 
breakers. 

Principal examiner, mining and quarrying, 
stone working, wells, hydraulic and earth 
engineering. 

Principal examiner, fluid pressure, regulators, 
valves, water distribution. 

Principal examiner, receptacles 

Principal examiner, wheels and axles, wheel 
substitutes, resilient tires and wheels, rail- 
way draft appliances. 

Principal examiner, electric signaling 

Principal examiner, dentistry, medicines, 
surgery, artificial limbs, baths and closets, 
sewerage. 

Principal examiner, dispensing, filling recep- 
tacles, refrigeration. 

Principal examiner, pulleys and shafting, 
lubrication, bearings, and spring devices. 

Principal examiner, fluid sprinkling, fire 
extinguishing, liquid vaporizers, concentra- 
tors. 

Principal examiner, brakes, clutches, motors, 
power-stop control. 



D.C. 



Tenn.. 
Minn.. 
Mo.... 



Wash. 



Md... 
Ind... 



Ohio. 

Pa._. 

Mich. 

Mass. 
Oreg. 



D.C... 

Nebr... 



Nebr... 



Ohio. 



Mass.— 
N.Y... 



Md.... 
N.C... 
D.C— . 
Wash.. 



N.Dak. 



Mass. 



N.C 


4th.... 


Tex 


13th... 


Ill 


2d 


Ohio 


12th... 


Ind 


7th.... 


Mo 


7th.... 



Va 

N.Y_... 


10th... 
26th... 


Wis 

D.C 


4th_... 


Md 


6th.... 


Ind 


2d 


Va 


8th.... 



2d— 
4th.. 
11th. 

1st.. 

3a... 
10th. 

14th. 



4th. 
1st. 



4th... 



5th. 



21st. 



11th. 
1st.. 



6th. 
6th. 



5th.... 



2d 



8th.... 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



105 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAMK 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Patent Office— Continued 

In Charge of Examining 
Divisions— Continued 

0. B. Roepke (div. 48) 

E. L. Sheffield (div. 49) 

C. L. Blake (div. 50).. __ 


Principal examiner, electricity, general appli- 
cations. 

Principal examiner, check-controlled devices, 
driers, domestic cooking vessels, liquid 
purification, ventilation. 

Principal examiner, plastic and coating com- 
positions, coating. 

Principal examiner, radiant energy, wave 
transmission. 

Principal examiner, supports, joint packing, 
pipe and rod joints or couplings, chucks, 
and tool handle fastenings. 

Principal examiner, stationery, education, 
printed matter, tents and canopies, cur- 
tains, shades, and screens. 

Principal examiner, electric lamps, conduc- 
tors, tubes, and special ray devices. 

Principal examiner, bread, pastry, and con- 
fection making; cutlery; designs. 

Principal examiner, electrochemistry, paper 
making, substance preparation, and lami- 
nated fabrics. 

Principal examiner, cutting and punching, 
jewelry, bolt, nail, nut, rivet, screw, chain, 
staple, and horseshoe making, nut and bolt 
locks, driven and screw fastenings. 

Principal examiner, abrading and typewrit- 
ing. 

Principal examiner, inorganic chemistry, al- 
cohol, fuel, hides, skins, and leather. 

Principal examiner, electric heating and weld- 
ing, batteries, resistances and rehostats, 
prime-mover dynamo plants, electric con- 
duits and housings. 

Principal examiner, elevators, pushing and 
pulling, winding and reeling, fire escapes, 
ladders, scaffolds, railway-mail delivery, 
horology, and time-controlling mechanism. 

Principal examiner, toys, amusement devices, 
furniture, baggage and package, and article 
carriers. 

Principal examiner, bleaching and dyeing, 
oils, fats, and glue, preserving, sugar, starch, 
and carbohydrates, explosive, pyrotechnic, 
and match composition. 

Principal examiner, acetylene, distillation, 
gas mixers, oils, fats, and glue. 

Principal examiner, electricity, conductors, 
and housings, repeaters, relays, wave trans- 
mission. 


Minn... 

Wis 

Mass 

N.Y.... 
W.Va... 

Nebr.... 

Wis 

Miss 

N.Y.... 

Va 

Va 

D.C 


5th.... 
1st.— 

11th... 
15th— 

1st— . 

5th.... 

3d 

6th... . 
37th— 

8th— 
8th.... 


$5,600 
5,600 

5,600 


C. D. Backus (div. 51) 

M. K. Knotts (div. 52) 

M. K. Peck (div. 53). 


5,600 
5,600 

5,600 


W. E. Waite (div. 54) 


5,600 


S. T. Bowen (div. 55) - 


5,600 


F. J. Porter (div. 56) 


5,600 


G. D. G. Nicolson (div. 57) 

E. F. Dowell (div. 58) 


5,600 
5,600 


V. I. Richard (div. 59) 


5,600 


R. L. Glass (div. 60) 


Pa 

Ill 

Mont... 

N.Y 

Md 

N.J 

Va 

N.Y 

Va 

Nebr-.. 

Pa 

Md 

Va 

D.C... 


31st... 

20th... 

AtL.. 
35th... 

6th— 
5th— 

8th— 
28th... 

1st 

6th— 
30th... 
4th— 
8th_.._ 


5,600 


G. E. Parks (div. 61) 


5,600 


W. W. Cochran (div. 62) 

A. H. Winkelstein (div. 63). .. 

P. M. Nash (div. 64) 


5,600 
5,600 

5,600 


F. P. McDermott (div. 66)—. 

Chiefs of Divisions 
A. C. Cosdon 


5,600 
3,200 


J. Hans 




3,100 


W. H. Ourand 




3,200 


C. H. Gray 




3,200 


David E. Wilson 


Chief, Manuscript and Lithograph Division.. 


3,200 


H. C. Crew 


3,100 


A. M. Scott 


Acting Chief, Mails and Files Division 


2,700 
2,900 


William Friess 


Finis D. Morris. 




D.C 




3,300 


E. W. Chapin 




Mich... 

Mich 

Mich 

JMich... 
Okla— 


6th— 

5th— 
7th— 

12th... 
1st..- 


4,600 


Bureau of Mines 
Scott Turner ... 




9,000 


Joseph H. Hedges 




7,000 


Technologic Branch 


("Chief, Technologic Branch 


7,500 
6,200 


Roscoe A. Cattell 


\Chief Engineer, Mechanical Division 

Chief Engineer, Petroleum and Natural Gas 
Division. 







10143—33 8 



106 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Bureau of Mines— Contd. 
Technologic Branch— Con. 
Charles W. Wright 




Mich 

Pa 

Ill 

Colo 

Mich.... 

Oreg 

Tex 

Ariz 

Minn 

111 

Nev 

Utah.... 
Utah.... 
Okla.— 

Ohio 

Calif.... 
Calif.— 

}va 

Wis 

Mass 

Wash... 

Calif.... 

Calif.... 
Utah- 
Colo 

Calif.... 

Jutah.... 
N.Y.... 

Wash... 

Va 

Colo 

Pa 

Pa 

Ind 

Pa 

JMich... 
Mass 

h 

Ill 


12th... 
35th... 
6th.... 

2d 

2d 

1st 

12th.... 
AtL.. 
5th... . 
24th— 
AtL.. 

2d 

2d 

1st 

16th... 
6th—. 
7th— 

2d 

2d 

14th— 

3d— - 

6th.... 

5th— 
2d 

1st 

9th 

1st 

25th... 

2d 

10th... 

1st 

35th... 

11th... 

2d 

35th.._ 

7th— 
11th... 

7th— 

10th... 


$6, 000 


Arno C. Fieldner 


Chief engineer, Experiment Stations Division- 
Chief engineer, Metallurgical Division 

Supervising engineer, Seattle, Wash.- 

Supervising engineer, New Brunswick, N.J.. 
Supervising engineer, Rolla, Mo 


6,400 


Reginald S. Dean.. 


5,800 


Field Stations 
Harry F. Yancey 


3,800 




4,600 


Will H. Coghill. 


5,200 


Clifford W. Seibel 


Supervising engineer, Amarillo, Tex 


5,800 






5,200 




Supervising engineer, Minneapolis, Minn 

Supervising engineer, Tuscaloosa, Ala 


5,000 




3,800 




4,800 




Supervising engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah... 

Supervising engineer, Berkeley, Calif 

Supervising engineer, Bartlesville, Okla 


5,000 


Charles G. Maier 

Nicholas A. C. Smith 


5,000 
5,800 


William P. Yant 


6,000 


Clifford P. Bowie. .. 


Supervising engineer, San Francisco, Calif 


5,000 


Harry B. Hill 


5,000 


Economics Branch 


[Chief, Economics Branch 






\Head of Coal Division. .-. 










Chief economist, Mineral Statistics Division- 
Chief engineer, Rare Metals and Nonmetals 

Division. 
Chief economist, Petroleum Economics Divi- 
sion. 
Chief engineer, Common Metals Division 


4,600 


Paul M. Tyler 


5,600 


Edward B. Swanson 


5,600 


Carl E. Julihn 


5,600 


Field Offices 


3,800 


Clarence N. Gerry 


Supervising statistician, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

Supervising statistician, Denver, Colo 

Acting supervising statistician, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

("Chief, Health and Safety Branch 


4,200 


Charles W. Henderson 

Charles W. Merrill 


4,800 
3,200 


Health and Safety Branch 






\Chief engineer, Safety Division 








William W. Adams 


Chief statistician, Demographical Division... 
Engineer in charge, Berkeley, Calif 


3,800 


Field Offices 
Simon H. Ash 


4,000 


Frank E. Cash. 


Engineer in charge, Birmingham, Ala 

Engineer in charge, Denver, Colo 


4,600 


Edward H. Denny 


4,800 


John J. V. Forbes 


Supervising engineer, instruction section, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 


5,400 


Frank S. Crawford 


3,500 


Charles A. Herbert 


Supervising engineer, Vincennes, Ind 

Supervising engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah.. 

fChief, Administrative Branch 


4,800 


Dorsey J. Parker 


5,200 


Administrative Branch 
Joseph H. Hedges 












John A. Davis.. 




5,200 


John D. Secrest 






\Chief Clerk 








Office of Chief Mining 
Engineer 

George S. Rice.. 


Engineer 


6,200 









DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

SECRETARY 

FRANCES PERKINS, OF NEW YORK 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Office of the Secretary 
Edward F. McGrady 




Mass 

Vt 

Fla 

N.C 

N.Y 

Del 

Mich... 


12th... 

2d 

4th—. 
4th.... 
9th... . 

1st 

5th.... 


$8, 000 


W. W. Husband 


Second Assistant Secretary 


9,000 






6,500 


Turner W. Battle 


do 


6,500 


Samuel J. Gompers 


Chief Clerk and superintendent 


5,600 


Jesse C. Watts 


Assistant Chief Clerk 


3,500 


John R. Demorest 




3,300 


(Vacancy) 


Chief, Division of Publications and Supplies. . 




Robert C. Starr — 


Appointment Clerk 


8.0 

111 

Pa 

Mass — 

D.C 


6th—. 
1st 

15th... 
5th— 


3,200 


Laura A. Thompson 




4,600 


Conciliation Service 
Hugh L. Kerwin 




7,500 


Edward J. Cunningham 


Executive clerk 


3,300 


Bureau of Labor Statistics 
Isador Lubin 




8,000 
6,500 


Charles E. Baldwin 




Iowa 

Mass — 
Mich.... 

Md 

Minn... 
Mass — 

N.Y 

Pa 

D.C 


4th— 
7th.... 

3d 

6th.„. 
5th— 
9th— 
11th— 
8th— 


Henry J. Fitzgerald . 


Assistant to the Assistant Commissioner 


2,800 
5,600 
5,000 


J. C. Bowen.. 


Hugh S. Hanna. .. 




Florence E. Parker 




3,300 
3,200 
3,800 


Charles F. Sharkey 




Boris Stern 




Witt Bowden 




3,200 
3,200 


Estelle M. Stewart 


do 


R. S. Billups 




Ky 

Ga 

DC 


9th— 
4tb— . 


4,000 


Jesse M. Cutts 

Lewis E. Talbert 


do 

do 

._ do 


3,200 
3,200 


Swen Kjaer 


Tenn... 

Va 

W.Va— 

N.Y.— 

Mass — 

Mass 

D.C 


1st..- 
8th— 
4th— 

16tfc-.. 

14th— 
9th— 


3,200 
2,900 
2,700 

8,000 
5,600 


Thomas R. Carter... 

Herman B. Byer 


do 

do 


Immigration and Naturaliza- 
tion Service 

Daniel W. MacCormack 

Edward J. Shaughnessy 


Commissioner of Immigration and Natural- 
ization. 
Deputy Commissioner 


Irving F. Wixon 

Thos. B. Shoemaker 


do.. 

do 


6,000 
7,500 
4,800 
4,800 

5,200 
3,700 


W. H. Wagner 


Assistant to Commissioner (administrative) .. 
Assistant to Commissioner (correspondence 

and information) . 

Chief administrative officer (warrants) 

Chief administrative officer (registry and 

naturalization). 


Mass — 
Oreg 

Md 

Pa 


11th— 
3d 

2d 

13th... 


Henry B. Hazard 


A. R. Archibald 


J. H. Wagner 





107 



108 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Children's Bureau 



Grace Abbott 

Katharine F. Lenroot. 
Dr. Martha M. Eliot. 



Agnes K. Hanna 

Alida C. Bowler 

Dr. Elizabeth C. Tandy. 
Dr. Emma A. Winslow.. 

Clara M. Beyer 

Isabelle Mott Hopkins... 
Laura E. Warren 



Women's Bureau 



Mary Anderson — 
Agnes L. Peterson- 
Ethel L. Best 

Caroline Manning . 
Anne Larrabee 



U.S. Employment Service 



W. Frank Persons. 

Miss Mary La Dame 

William H. Stead 

Taylor G. Addison 

Bennet F. Schauffler 

Alex G. Nordholm.. 

Miss Ruth M. Kellogg 

George W. Harsch 

Willard S. Haynie 

Miss Helen H. Ringe 

Miss Nelle M. Petrowski. 

David Ruml 

George E. Tucker. .. 

Cony Warren Woodman.. 



Chief 

Assistant Chief.. 

Director, Child and Maternal Health Divi- 
sion, New Haven, Conn. 

Director, Social Service Division 

Director, Delinquency Division 

Director, Statistical Division.. 

Director, Social Statistics Division 

Director, Industrial Division 

Director, Editorial Division 

Senior administrative assistant (chief clerk).. 



Director 

Assistant Director.. _ 
Industrial supervisor . 

do 

Chief Clerk 



Director 

Associate Director, 
.—do ... 



Assistant Director 

Special representative, 
.—do 



—do 

Chief Clerk 

Administrative assistant, 
—do— 



.do. 



Bureau of Industrial Housing 
and Transportation (U.S. 
Housing Corporation) 



Turner W. Battle.... 
Thomas W. O'Brien. 
J. J. Leonard 



Manager, Employment Center, D.C 

Director, Farm Service, Kansas City, Kans... 
Assistant director, Farm Service, Fort Worth, 
Tex. 



President.. 

Vice president and secretary 

Assistant secretary and treasurer. 



Nebr.... 


5th.... 


Wis 


11th... 


Conn... 


3d 


N.Y.... 


19th... 


Calif.... 


9th.__. 


Ind 


4th— 


Conn 


4th— 


Va 


8th.... 


Pa 


10th... 


D.C 




111 


9th.... 


Minn... 


4th.... 


N.Y____ 


25th... 


Minn... 


5th— 


D.C... 




D.C 




N.Y.... 


16th— 


Minn... 


5th.... 


D.C.... 




N.Y.... 


25th... 


N.Y 


25th... 


111 


5th.... 


Ohio 


2d 


Ark 


5th.... 


N.Y.— 


14th... 


Minn... 


4th... . 


Md 


4th—. 


Mo 


4th.... 


Tex 


12th... 



N.C 
Pa.. 

Vt._ 



4th.. 
5th.. 
lst-. 



$7, 500 
6,200 
4,800 

4,800 
4,600 
4,800 
4,600 
4,600 
4,800 
3,200 



7,500 
5,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,200 



8,500 
6,500 
6,000 
4,800 
4,500 
3,600 
3,500 
3,400 
3,200 
3,000 
3,000 
3,600 
4,200 
3,000 



(0 

4,900 
3, 300 



Assistant to the Secretary of Labor. Serves without additional compensation. 



MISCELLANEOUS 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 1 


Patrick J. Farrell 


Commissioner, Chairman 


D.C 




$12, 000 






Wis 

Oreg 

Mass 

D.C 


9th—. 

3d 

13th— 


12,000 


Clyde B. Aitchison 

Joseph B. Eastman 

Frank McManamy 

Ezra Brainerd, Jr — 

Claude R. Porter 

William E. Lee 

Hugh M. Tate- 

Charles D. Mahaffie . 


do 

do 

do.. — 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


12,000 

M2,000 

12, 000 


Okla.... 

Iowa 

Idaho. . . 
Tenn... 
D.C 


2d 

7th--. 

2d 

2d 


12, 000 
12, 000 
12, 000 
12,000 
12, 000 


Carroll Miller 


Pa 

Ga 

Pa 

Md 

N.J 

Mo 

111 

S.Dak... 

Pa 

Pa 

Idaho.— 

Conn 

Colo 

Wash... 

Wis 

Wis 

Okla.... 
Ind 


33d— 
6th—. 
21st.- 
6th— 

3d 

10th— 
9th— 

3d 

31st_- 
10th— 
1st-... 
4th_.._ 
2d 

3d 

7th— 

3d 

5th— 
7th.... 


12, 000 


George B. McGinty 




9,000 


Thomas A. Gillis 




5,200 


John B. Switzer 




5, 200 






3,400 


Guy L. Seaman 


Disbursing Clerk 


3,600 


Alexander Wvlie. — . . — 


9,000 


Oliver E. Sweet 




10, 000 




Chief examiner. Bureau of Formal Cases 

Chief, Bureau of Informal Cases 


9,000 


Arja Morgan.. 


6,500 


William H. Bonneville... 




7,000 


Daniel W. Knowlton 




10, 000 




Chief inspector, Bureau of Locomotive In- 
spection. 
Chief inspector (director), Bureau of Safety. . 


7,500 


Wilfred P. Borland 


7,500 


William P. Bartel 


9,000 


Max 0. Lorenz 




9,000 


W. V. Hardie 


Director, Bureau of Traffic 


10,000 


Ernest I. Lewis 




10, 000 









1 Under the terms of the Economy Act, the salaries of the Interstate Commerce Commissioners were 
temporarily reduced from $12,000 to $10,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1934. (See p. vm.) 
8 Serves as Federal Coordinator of Transportation without additional compensation. 

UNITED STATES BOARD OF MEDIATION 

The United States Board of Mediation was organized under the provisions of Public Act No. 257, Sixty- 
ninth Congress, approved May 20, 1926 entitled, "An act to provide for the prompt disposition of disputes 
between carriers and their employees, and for other purposes," known as the " Railway Labor Act." It is an 
independent agency in the executive branch of the G overnment and is composed of five members, appointed 
by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The board maintains its principal 
office in the District of Columbia, but it may meet at any other place. The Railway Labor Act applies to 
express companies, sleeping-car companies, and carriers by railroad subject to the Interstate Commerce Act, 
provides that such carriers, their officers, agents, and employees shall exert every reasonable effort to make 
and maintain agreements concerning rates of pay, rules, and working conditions, and to settle all disputes 
whether arising out of the application of such agreements or otherwise. All disputes between a carrier and 
its employees shall be considered in conference between representatives designated and authorized so to 
confer, respectively, by the carriers and by the employees thereof interested in the dispute. 



Samuel E. Winslow 


Member, Chairman 






$12, 000 


Oscar B. Colquitt 


Member 


Tex 




12, 000 


Frank P. Glass 


do 

do ^_„ 


Ala 




12,000 


Edwin P. Morrow 


Ky 




12,000 
12, 000 


John Williams 


do... 


Calif 




George A. Cook 




111 

111 

N.Y 

N.Y 


2d 

10th... 
39th... 
6th— 


6,500 
5,600 
4,600 
3,200 


Harrison H. Reed 


Chief, Technical and Statistical Division 


Ralph B. Bronson.. 


Mitchel D. Lewis 









1 Under the terms of the Economy Act, the salaries of the members of the Board of Mediation were 
temporarily reduced from $12,000 to $10,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1934 and are also subject to 
the 15 percent reduction. (See p. vm.) 

109 



110 OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 

UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD » 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
dist. 


pensa- 
tions 


Officers of the Board 
H. I. Cone 


Commissioner, Chairman. 

Commissioner, Vice Chairman 


Fla 

N.Y..„ 
Calif.— 
D.C 


2d 

1st 

20th— 


$10, 000 


David W. Todd 


10,000 






10, 000 


C. D. Gibbons.. 


Acting disbursing officer 


( 3 ) 




General counsel 


N.J..... 

Va 

Ohio 

Md 

Ind 

Tenn... 


8th— 
8th— 
8th.... 
4th— 
7th..._ 
6th.„. 


* 12, 000 




Director, Bureau of Marine Development 

Director, Bureau of Construction and Finance. 


* 7, 500 


J. W. Barnett 


10, 000 


A. H. Haag 


8,000 


C. 0. Arthur. 


Director, Bureau of Regulation and Traffic. - 
Chief Clerk... 


6,500 




3,800 









i The Annual Report of the Shipping Board for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1933, contains a complete 
list of the employees of the board on June 30, 1933, by name, designation, legal residence, and compensation. 

The functions of this board including those over and in respect to the U.S. Shipping Board Merchant 
Fleet Corporation were transferred to the Department of Commerce under Executive Order of June 10, 

1933, effective August 10, 1933. 

2 Under the terms of the Economy Act, the salaries of the Commissioners were temporarily reduced from 
$12,000 to $10,000 and that of the General Counsel from $15,000 to $12,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 

1934. (See p. vni.) 

3 Salary as acting treasurer, Merchant Fleet Corporation. 
* Paid from Merchant Fleet Corporation funds. 

UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD MERCHANT 
FLEET CORPORATION 



Board of Trustees 


President and Chairman of Trustees 


N.Y.... 

Mass 

N.J 

N.Y.... 

Pa 

N.J 

N.Y 

Mass 

Md 

D.C 


6th.... 






Vice Chairman and Trustee 


7th— 








8th 




T. C. Donovan. _ .. 


do 


8th.... 




L. D. Staver. _ 


do — 


15th... 




F. G. Frieser.. 


do 


9th— 




Executive Officials 




6th.... 
7th.... 
6th... . 


i $12,500 




Executive assistant to president 


7,500 


S. Duvall Shell 


Secretary 


6,500 


CD. Gibbons .. 


Acting treasurer 


7,000 




General comptroller 


Pa. 

N.Y.... 

N.J 

Conn... 
N.J 


15th... 
8th— 
9th— 

3d 

9th— . 


9,000 


T. C Donovan 


Director of insurance 


10, 000 


B. K. Ogden 


Assistant director of insurance 


7,500 


F. E. Ferris 


Manager, Operations Division 


7,500 






6,500 









1 Under the terms of the Economy Act, the salary of the president was temporarily reduced from $18,000 to 
$12,500 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1934. (See p. vm.) 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



111 



UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION 

The act of February 28, 1920, authorizes the President to adjust, settle, liquidate, and wind up all of the 
matters, including compensation, and all questions in dispute of whatsoever nature arising out of or inci- 
dent to Federal control. The act provides that the President shall have the right at all reasonable times 
until the affairs of Federal control are concluded to inspect the property and records of all carriers whose 
railroads or systems of transportation were at any time under Federal control. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Wallace B. Robinson 


Assistant Director General and Chief Clerk.. 


D.C 




$6, 000 


0. Thacker. 


D.C 




7,800 


R. C. Dunlap 


Treasurer 


Pa 


19th... 


5,400 









THE PANAMA CANAL 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Canal Zone, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 

dist. 



Executive Department 

Lieut. Col. Julian L. Schley, 
U.S. Army. 

C. A. Mcllvaine 

John H. Smith 

Guy Johannes 

C. H. Calhoun.. 

Ben M. Williams 

Elisha F. Attaway 



Joseph J. McGuigan 

Department of Operation and 
Maintenance 

Lieut. Col. Clarence S. Rid- 
ley, U.S. Army. 

Maj. Wm. E. R. Covell, U.S. 
Army. 

Albert C. Garlington 

E. D. StillwelL. 

E. S. Randolph.. 



Lew W. Lewis 

R. Z. Kirkpatrick _ 

G. W. Green. 

J. G. Claybourn 

Leonard Foote 

Capt. William Ancrum, U.S. 
Navy. 

Commander Thos. A. Sym- 
ington, U.S. Navy. 

Lieut. Comdr. L. B. Scott, U.S. 
Navy. 

O. Maessen 

F. Kariger 

Capt. Roy W. Ryden, U.S. 
Navy. 

H. H. Evans 



Lieut. Roy T. Cowdrey, U.S. 

Navy. 
W. H. Stone 



Governor. 



Executive secretary 

Chief Clerk, executive office 

Chief, Police and Fire Division 

Chief, Division of Civil Affairs 

Superintendent of schools 

General secretary, Bureau of Clubs and 

Playgrounds. 
District attorney of the Canal Zone 



Engineer of maintenance 

Assistant engineer of maintenance. 



Electrical engineer 

Superintendent, Lock Operating Division — 
Construction engineer, Madden Dam Divi- 
sion. 

Office engineer 

Chief of surveys 

Municipal engineer 

Superintendent, Dredging Division 

Assistant superintendent, Dredging Division. 
Marine superintendent 



Captain of the port, Cristobal. 
Captain of the port, Balboa... 



Inspector of hulls and boilers.— 

Pilot in charge, lighthouse subdivision. 
Superintendent Mechanical Division- 



Assistant superintendent, Mechanical Divi- 
sion. 

Assistant to superintendent, Mechanical 
Division. 

Production superintendent, Cristobal shops.. 



Ga 


1st.— 


Ohio 

D.C 


21st... 


Md 

Ind 

N.C 

Tex 


3d 

12th— 
5th— 
7th— 


Pa 


11th— 


Ind 


3d 


D.C... 




S.C 

N.Y 

La 


3d 

30th— 

6th— 


Calif— 

Colo 

Pa 

Minn... 

N.Y 

S.C 


nth... 

3d 

15th— 

1st 

25th— 
5th— 


Md 




Md 




N.Y 




N.Y 

Tenn— . 


8th— 
10th— 


111 


9th— 



Wis 

Calif— 



3d- 
5th. 



Includes United States Army or Navy pay. 



112 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



PANAMA CANAL 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



(Station is Canal Zone, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong. 

dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Supply Department 

Roy R. Watson... 

J. H. K. Humphrey 

J. B. Fields 

E. H. Parmelee 

B.C.Poole.... 

J. M. King 

C. Peters 

A. P. E. Doyle 

Accounting Department 

Elwyn Greene. 

"Wilson H. Kromer.. 

Robert W. Glaw... 

Alfred H. Mohr 

Carl F. Chase 

Theodore M. Drake 

H. H. Hudson 

Joseph R. Bobbitt 

Health Department 

Col. Joseph F. Siler, U.S 

Army. 
Dr. D. P. Curry 

Surg. M. F. Haralson, U.S 

p TT q 

Col." Orville Q. Brown, U.S 

Army. 
Maj. Dean F. Winn, U.S 

Army. 
Maj. Frank H. Dixon, U.S 

Army. 

Dr. J. L. Byrd 

Dr. Jesse C. Ellington 

Dr. C. A. Hearne 

Dr. J. D. Odom 

Courts 

Richard C. P. Thomas 

Joseph J. McGuigan 

John T. Barrett 

Percy E. Murray 

Edward I. P. Tatelman 

Washington, D.C., Office 

A. L. Flint 

E. E. Weise 

E. D. Anderson 

Homer A. A. Smith. 

W.»A. E. Doying 



Chief quartermaster 

Assistant chief quartermaster. 

Constructing quartermaster... 

General storekeeper 

District quartermaster, Ancon-Balboa— 
District quartermaster, Cristobal-Gatun. 
District quartermaster, Pedro Miguel... 
Printer, The Panama Canal Press 



Auditor 

Assistant auditor on the Isthmus. 

Paymaster 

Collector 

Chief accountant 

Chief examiner 

Claim officer 

Railroad accountant 



Chief Health Officer. 



Assistant Chief Health Officer. 
Chief Quarantine Officer 



Superintendent, Gorgas Hospital- 
Superintendent, Colon Hospital- 
Superintendent, Corozal Hospital. 



Health officer of Panama City, Ancon. 

Health officer of Cristobal-Colon 

Quarantine officer, Cristobal 

Quarantine officer, Balboa 



Judge of the District Court of the Canal Zone. 

District attorney of the Canal Zone 

Marshal of the Canal Zone 

Magistrate, Balboa 

Magistrate, Cristobal 



Miss.. 
Minn. 
Tex... 
Ind... 

N.Y.. 
Calif. . 
Tex... 

N.Y.. 



Va... 
Pa... 
Ill— 
Ind— 

N.Y.. 
Ill- 
Mass. 
Ind— 



D.C. 



Ky___. 
Miss.. 

D.C... 

Ga.... 



Ga„.. 
Tenn.. 
Idaho. 

Ala— . 



Ky.._ . 
Pa.... 
Mass. 
Ohio.. 
N.H.. 



General purchasing officer and chief of office 

Assistant to the chief of office. - 

Chief Clerk, purchasing department 

Assistant auditor and legal adviser 

Inspecting engineer 



Ohio 
Wis. 
Mo.. 
Md. 

N.Y. 



8th- 
5th.. 
8th- 
7th- 
34th. 
11th. 
5th- 
17th. 



8th.. 
26th. 
13th. 
7th.. 
8th- 
3d— 
11th. 
2d— 



5th- 
5th.. 



5th.. 
lst.. 
1st.. 
3d— 



llth. 
9th.. 
3d— 

1st.. 



17th. 
11th. 
12th. 
6th- 
18th. 



$8, 750 
7,000 
6,250 
5,500 
4,625 
4,250 
3,875 
4,875 



8,750 
7,000 
6,500 
6,500 
5,000 
4,000 
4,500 
4,000 



i 8, 750 

7,250 
2 6, 300 

( 3 ) 

i 6, 000 

i 5, 750 

5,500 
4,750 
5,250 
5,000 



10,000 
5,000 
5,000 
4,125 
4,000 



7,000 
4,800 
5,000 
5,800 
6,000 



1 Includes United States Army pay. 

2 Includes United States Public Health Service pay. 

3 Pay of rank. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



113 



INLAND WATERWAYS CORPORATION 

The Inland Waterways Corporation is charged with the direction of the duties incident to the devel- 
opment of national inland waterway transportation as delegated to the Secretary of War under the trans- 
portation act of 1920 and by Public 185, approved June 3, 1924, and amendatory act approved February 
28, 1927, and amendatory act approved May 29, 1928. This corporation supervises the maintenance and 
operation of barge lines operated by the Government on several important water routes; owns and operates 
the Warrior River Terminal Co.; investigates types of floating and terminal equipment suitable for various 
waterways, as well as tariff and interchange arrangements between rail and water carriers and other matters 
tending to promote and encourage waterways traffic, and in general functions as the official governmental 
inland waterways bureau. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


George H. Dern. . 










Maj. Gen. T. Q. Ashburn, 

U.S. Army. 
Clark C. Wren 








(0 


Administrative assistant, general counsel 


Tex 

Mo 

Mont... 


8th.... 
10th... 
1st.... 


$8,400 




6,500 




Chief Clerk 


3,150 









Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 



Frank R. McNinch 


Commissioner, chairman 


N.C 

D.C 


10th... 


$10, 000 


Basil Manly 


Commissioner, vice chairman 


10, 000 


Herbert J. Drane 


C ommissioner 


Fla 

Wyo.... 
Maine.. 

Ala 

Ind 


1st.... 
AtL.. 

2d 

8th.... 
11th... 


10,000 


Claude L. Draper 

Geo. Otis Smith _ 


do 

do 


10,000 
10,000 


Roger B. McWhorter 


Chief engineer. . 


8,000 


Oswald Ryan 


General counsel ■ 


8,000 


(Vacancy) 


Solicitor 




William V. King 


Chief accountant 


Va 


8th.... 


7,500 


(Vacancy) 


Secretary 




Earl F. Sechrest... 


Administrative assistant 


Kans 

N.Y.... 


1st 

8th.... 


3,800 


Sanford H. Brown 


Securities examiner. 


3,200 









ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN 



Urey Woodson 




Ky 

Ky 

W.Va... 
Mont... 

Md 

Mich 

N.Mex.. 
N.Y.... 
D.C 


2d 

6th.... 

3d 

2d 

2d 

5th.._. 
1st.... 
17th— 


$10,000 


J. J. Greenleaf 




8,500 


C. D. Bray... 




5,000 


C. B. Jennings 




5,000 


Geo. C. Thompson. 


Director of stocks and bonds 


4,500 


H. W. Harwood 




5,000 


K. W. Greene... 




5,000 


Paul Smith 




5,000 


Sophie D. Freeman 


Secretary to custodian _. 


3,900 













114 OFFICIAL REGISTEK OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 




Commissioner, chairman 


Minn... 

N.C 

Wash... 
Tenn— . 

N.H 

D.C 


7th— 
5th... . 

1st 

4th... . 
2d 


$10,000 


Garland S. Ferguson, Jr 

William E. Humphrey 


Commissioner, vice chairman 


10, 000 


Commissioner 


10,000 


do 


10,000 


Raymond B. Stevens 


do- 


10,000 






7,000 


Chief Counsal's Office 
Robert E. Healy 


Chief counsel 


Vt. 

Ind 

Vt. 

Mass 

La 

N.Y 

Ala 

W.Va... 
Ohio 

N.Y,.-. 
Ind 


1st.... 
9th— 
1st 

12th... 

2d 

24th... 
9th— 

5th..„ 
19th... 

21st... 
12th... 


9,000 




Attorney in charge of appellate work 


7,500 


William T. Kelley 


Attorney in charge of trial work 


6,500 


Economic Division 

Francis Walker .. 


Chief economist 


8,000 


W. H. S. Stevens 


Assistant chief economist _ 


6,400 


William H. England .. 


do .- 


6,400 


LeClaire Hoover .. 


Chief accountant 


5,600 


Chief Examiner's Office 

Ishmael Burton _. 


Chief examiner 


6,500 


James A. Horton.. 


Assistant chief examiner 


5,600 


Branch Offices 
Rolf H. Kielland 


Attorney in charge, New York, 45 Broadway. 
Attorney in charge, Chicago, 608 S. Dearborn 

St. 
Attorney in charge, San Francisco, 544 Market 
u St. 
Attorney in charge, Seattle, 801 Federal 

Building. 

Chief 


5,600 


William F. Dinnen 


5,600 


(Vacancy) ... 




Ellis DeBruler 


Wash... 
Va 

Ind 

Va 

N.C 

Tex 

N.J 

Oreg 

Md 

Wash... 

Ga 

N.J 

Md 

111 

Pa 

Pa 

Md 

Mo 

D.C 


1st.... 

6th— 

4th_... 
7th— 

9th— . 

12th... 
9th— 

1st 

6th— 
1st 

1st 

1st 

4th— 
9th— 
10th... 

2d 

5th.... 
8th.... 


5,000 


Securities Division 
Baldwin B. Bane 


8,000 


Trial Examiner's Office 
WebWoodfill 


Chief 


6,200 


Franklin C. Baggarly... 


Assistant Chief 


5,200 


Division of Trade Practice 
Conferences 

George McCorkle 


Director 


6,500 


Board of Review 

Robert N. McMillen 


Chairman 


5,600 


Marshall B. Clarke 


Member 


5,600 


Special Board of Investigation 
Edgar J. Adams ._ 


Chairman.. 


4,600 


William F. Davidson 


Member 


4,600 


Clyde M. Hadley.. 


do 


4,600 


Administrative Division 
C. G. Duganne 


Assistant secretary 


5,000 


Andrew N. Ross 


Chief, accounts and personnel section 

Chief, docket section 


3,500 


John W. Karsner 


3,500 


Rudolph B. Schwickardi 


Disbursing clerk __ 


2,600 


Harold B. Stamm. .... 


Chief, publications section 


3,400 


William H. Galbraith 


Chief, mail and files section 


2,900 


Joseph E. Haugh 


Chief, stenographic section 


2,600 


Sam F. Shrout... 




2,900 


Howard R. Eliason 




3,000 


Shirley D. Mayers 




W.Va... 


3d .... 


3,500 









OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 115 

UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Commission Members 



Robert L. O'Brien 

Thomas Walker Page. 

Edgar B. Brossard 

John Lee Coulter 

(Vacancy) 



Commissioner, chairman 

Commissioner, vice chairman. 

Commissioner — 

....do 



Va 

Utah... 
N.Dak. 



.do. 



Executive 

Sidney Morgan 

Directive and Advisory 



E. Dana Durand 

George P. Comer 

A. Manuel Fox 

B. B. Wallace 

Charles E. McNabb. 
Eben M. Whitcomb. 



Secretary. 



Pa. 



9th.. 



Chief economist 

Chief investigator.. 

Chief, Economics Division.. 

Chief, International Relations Division. 
Chief, Legal Division 

Executive assistant to the chairman 



Minn. 
Conn. 
N.Y.. 
Wis... 
D.C. 
Md... 



26th. 
11th. 



Scientific and Technical 



W. A/ Graham Clark. 
F. Morton Leonard... 

Oscar A. Juve 

Frederick L. Koch 

Dexter North... 

Charles F. Yauch 

Franklin H. Smith.... 

Harry H. Newton 

Stella Stewart 

George H. Parater 



Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 



Textile Division. 

Metals Division 

Agricultural Division 

Ceramics Division 

Chemical Division 

Sundries D i vision 

Lumber and Paper Division. 

Accounting Division 

Statistical Division 

Transportation Division 



Administrative and General 
Service 



L. W. Moore 

Grace Van Casteel 

Cornelia Notz 

Franklin C Getzendanner. 

Edna V. Connolly 

Martha W. Williams 

Joshua N. Steed 

Mae M. Riddle 

Walter H. Olsen 

Gertrude M. Sherwood 



Field Service 



Henry H. Waters. 
John F. Bethune.. 



Administrative officer.. 

Chief, Personnel Division. 

Chief, Library Division 

Chief, finance section 

Chief, docket section_ 

Chief, editorial section... 

Chief, publications section... 

Chief, stenographic section 

Chief, mails and files section 

Chief, stock -room and switchboard section.. 



Chief, New York office 

Representative in Europe, Brussels, Belgium. 



N.C 

N.Y.... 

Wis 

Md 

D.C 


4th.... 
14th... 

2d 

1st.... 


Ohio 

D.C 


7th.... 


Va 

Colo 

Va 

Ark 

Md 

Tex 

Md 

N.Y 

Ga 

Va 


8th.... 

2d 

3d 

4th.... 
6th.... 
15th... 
6th.... 

1st 

9th.„. 


Ohio 

Conn 

D.C 


11th... 
5th.... 


N.Y.... 
Va 


21st... 



1 Under the terms of the Economy Act, the basic salaries of the commissioners were temporarily reduced 
from $11,000 to $10,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1934. (See p. vra). 

FEDERAL OIL CONSERVATION BOARD 



Harold L. Ickes 

Claude A. Swanson 

George H. Dern 

Daniel C Roper... 
(Vacancy) 



Secretary of the Interior, chairman. 

Secretary of the Navy 

Secretary of War 

Secretary of Commerce 

Secretary of the Board 



116 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD x - 

The Federal Reserve Bulletin, issued monthly, is the official organ of the Federal Reserve Board. It 
contains information as to the organization of the board and the Federal Reserve System. In addition 
to the regular official announcements, it contains a national review of business conditions and analysis 
of financial and industrial conditions, research studies, reviews of foreign banking, and statistics showing 
the conditions of Federal Reserve banks and member banks. The subscription price is $2 per annum, 
single copies 20 cents each; outside of the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the insular possessions, 
$2.60 per annum, single copies 25 cents each. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


William H. Woodin 


Chairman ex officio (Secretary of the Treasury).. 

Member ex officio (Comptroller of the Currency) 

Governor ... 


N.Y 

Calif.— 

Ga 

Mass 

Calif.... 
Tenn— 
Nebr— 

111 

Md 

D.C 


17th 


J. F. T. O'Connor 


15th 


Eugene R. Black. _.____- 


5th 


C. S. Hamlin 


Member 


16th 


A. C. Miller- 


do 


6th 


George R. James 


do 


10th 


J.J.Thomas 


do — . 


1st 


M. S. Szymczak. . 


do 


7th 


E. M. McClelland 


Assistant to the Governor. . . 


6th 








J. C. Noell 




Va 

Utah... . 

Mo 

D.C 


5th 






1st 


0. E. Foulk . 




5th 


Walter Wyatt 










Va 

Iowa 

Pa 

Md 

Mich 

Mich 

Iowa 

Ohio 

Ind 


8th 


Leo H. Paulger. - 


Chief, Division of Examinations - . 


3d 




Federal Reserve examiner ........ . 


5th 


E. A. Goldenweiser 


Director, Division of Research and Statistics . . . 


6th 


Carl E. Parry... 


Assistant Director, Division of Research and Statistics- 


2d 




3d 


John R. Van Fossen _ 


Assistant Chief, Division of Bank Operations . 


5th 


L. G. Copeland 


Chief, Division of Federal Reserve Issue and Re- 
demption. 

Assistant chief, Division of Federal Reserve Issue and 
Redemption. 


8th 


William J. Tucker 


5th 







1 The salaries and expenses of the Federal Reserve Board are paid from assessments levied by the board 
upon the Federal Reserve banks. 

UNITED STATES BOARD OF TAX APPEALS 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Logan Morris 


Member, chairman of the Board 


Utah— 
Tex 

Oreg 

Tex 

W.Va... 
Kans — 

Pa 

Mont... 

Ga 

Wis 

Pa 

N.C 

Mass 

111 

Fla 

Ohio 

Conn 

Pa 

N.Y.... 


2d 

5th..-. 

1st 

1st 

6th— 
5th.... 
20th— 

1st 

9th— 
4th— 
31st— 
7th— 
12th... 
9th— 

1st 

18th... 

1st 

23d— 
15th... 


$10, 000 


Jed C. Adams ....... 


Member . . ..... 


10, 000 


C. Rogers Arundell 


do 


10, 000 


Eugene Black... ... 


do - 


10, 000 


Edgar J. Goodrich 


do 


10, 000 


W. C. Lansdon. 


do 


10, 000 


J. Russell Leech 


do 

...do 


10, 000 
10, 000 


Annabel Matthews . 

Stephen J. McMahon 


do 

do 


10, 000 
10, 000 


J. Edgar Murdock 

Herbert F. Seawell 


do 

do 


10, 000 
10, 000 


Charles P. Smith 


do 


10, 000 


John M. Sternhagen 


do 


10,000 


Charles M. Trammell 

Ernest H. Van Fossan 

Robert C. Tracy 


do 

do 


10, 000 
10, 000 
6,200 


B. D. Gamble 


Clerk 


6,000 


Mabel M. Owen.. 


Reporter 


4,800 









OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 



117 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Office of the Comptroller 
General 

J. R. McCarl 


Comptroller General of the United States 

Assistant Comptroller General. 


Nebr..- 




$10, 000 


R. N. Elliott 


Ind 

Pa 

Mo 

Okla.... 

Mo 

S.C 

La 

Va 

111 

W.Va— 
W.Va— 

Kans 

Ohio — 

N.Y 


6th.... 
6th— 

1st 

2d 

5th-.. 
7th— 
Gth— 

8th— 
25th... 

2d 

2d 

3d 

8th—. 

3d 


9,000 


R. L. Golze 




9,000 


J. L. Baity . 


Executive officer (assistant to Comptroller 
General). 


8,500 


J. C. McFarland 


7,500 




do 


7,500 






6,500 


0. R. McGuire 


do --- 


7,000 


S. B. Tulloss 




8,000 






6,500 


F. L. Yates 


do 


6,500 


Reed F. Martin 


Chief Clerk 


4,600 


Earl Taggart. . 




5,200 


Carl Collier 




3,800 


Chiefs of Divisions 
David Neumann. . .. . 


Chief, Claims Division 


6,500 


(Vacancy). 


Chief, Audit Division 






Chief, Post Office Department Division. 


N.J 

Ohio 

DC 


6th—. 
8th— 


6,500 


F. H. Bogardus 


5,000 


W. W. Richardson... . 




3,500 











WAR FINANCE CORPORATION 



(In 'liquidation) 



Daniel W. Bell i 

Edward F. Bartelt 2 

William T. Heffelfinger * 



Chairman, liquidating committee 
Member, liquidating committee- 
Secretary and treasurer 



111 

111 

D.C 


20th... 
15th-. 







None 
None 
None 



1 Also commissioner of accounts and deposits, Treasury. 

2 Also assistant commissioner of accounts and deposits, Treasury. 

3 In charge of section of surety bonds, office of commissioner of accounts and deposits, Treasury. 



118 OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 

RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION 



(As of September 15, 1933) 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Jesse H. Jones 

William H. Woodin.. _ 

John J. Blaine 

Harvey C. Couch. 

Wilson McCarthy 

C. B. Merriam. 

Frederic H. Taber 

William C. Costello.. . 

Frank W. Kuehl 

Elbert L. Smith 

Oliver J. Grimes 

Reuben B. Hays 

Lloyd C. Hoeltzel 

George R. Cooksey 

Ronald H. Allen.. 

William G. McCarthy. 

Alexander B. Gait 

Stanley Reed 



James L. Dougherty. 

James B. Alley 

Charles S. Guthrie... 
Cassius M. Clay 



William C. Fitts 

Guernsey T. Cross... 

James L. Fort 

Russell Snodgrass 

Henry A. Mulligan.. 

David B. Griffin 

Harry L. Sullivan... 
Willard E. Unzicker. 

Clem Shaver. 

Lynn P. Talley 



Ben Johnson. 

Earl B. Schwulst... 

John K. McKee 

William F. Sheehan. 

H. J. Klossner. 

W. C. Ribenack 

Sam Husbands 

Joel R. Parrish 

James F. Herson 



R. A. Brownell 

R.J. Taylor 

F. D. Gallagher 

J. W. Barriger, 3d 

John Lyle Harrington. 
Harry E. Whi taker... 



Emil Schram. 



Frank J. Keenan. 



Norman W. Baxter. 



David C. Elliott— 

Rubert J. Lindquist 

J. P. Grantham. 

Charles A. Smith 

Frank T. Tracy 

Edward H. Osgood 

Daniel J. Mahoney 

Samuel Graham, Jr 

F. S. Callander 

John A. Campbell, Jr.— 

J. K. Doughton. 

A. M. Bergstrom 

T. J. Cottingham 

FredH. Farwell 

J. M. Gardenhire 

George F. Buskie 

Ira A. Moore 

Chas. T. Fisher, Jr 

J. W. Jarrett... 

Frank D. Rash... 

James K. Vardaman, Jr. 



Chairman 

Secretary of the Treasury, Director ex officio. 

Director._ 

do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Assistant to Mr. Jones 

Assistant to Mr. Blaine 

Assistant to Mr. Couch 

Assistant to Mr. McCarthy. 
Assistant to Mr. Merriam. . 

Assistant to Mr. Taber 

Secretary 

Assistant secretary 

do 

do. 

General counsel 



Counsel. 
do— 



.do. 
.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



do.. 

do— 

Treasurer 

Assistant treasurer. 
do 



do 

Special assistant 

Assistant to the directors, financial institu- 
tions. 

Special assistant, financial institutions 

.do- 



Chief, Examining Division 

Assistant chief, Examining Division. 

do 

do 



do—. 

do 

Administrative assistant, Bank Relations 
Section. 

Chief, Agency Division 

Assistant chief, Agency Division 

do — - 



Chief examiner, Railroad Division 

Chief engineer, Self-Liquidating Division 

Assistant chief engineer, Self-Liquidating 
Division. 

Chief, Drainage, Levee, and Irrigation Divi- 
sion. 

Financial adviser, Drainage, Levee, and Irri- 
gation Division. 

Assistant to the directors, information and 
personnel. 

Chief, Statistical Section 

Chief, Auditing Division.. 

Assistant chief, Auditing Division.. 

do 



Chief clerk 

Manager, Boston Loan Agency 

Manager, New York Loan Agency. 

Manager, Philadelphia Loan Agency 

Acting manager, Cleveland Loan Agency 

Manager, Charlotte Loan Agency 

Manager, Richmond Loan Agency.. 

Manager, Atlanta Loan Agency.. 

Manager, Birmingham Loan Agency 

Manager, Jacksonville Loan Agency 

Manager, Nashville Loan Agency 

Acting manager, New Orleans Loan Agency. 

Manager, Chicago Loan Agency 

Manager, Detroit Loan Agency.. 

Manager, Little Rock Loan Agency 

Manager, Louisville Loan Agency. _ — 

Manager, St. Louis Loan Agency... 



Tex— . 
N.Y.. 

Wis... 
Ark... 
Utah.. 
Kans. 
Mass. 
Tex... 
Wis... 
Ark- 
Ill.-. 
Ohio- 
Ohio.. 
D.C.. 
N.Y.. 
N.Y- 
D.C- 
Ky... 



111.... 

N.Y.. 
111.... 
Ky... 



Ala.... 
N.Y.., 
D.C... 
Md... 
N.Y... 
Tenn.. 
Mo— . 
D.C... 
W.Va. 
Tex— .. 



La 

Tex 

Ohio— . 

N.Y— 
Minn.. . 

Ark 

S.C 

Utah.... 
N.Y.... 



D.C 

Ga. 

Wash... 

N.J 

Mo 

N.Y 



111. 



Idaho. 
D.C.. 




8th... 
17th.. 
3d... 
6th... 
2d... 
lst— . 
15th.. 
8th... 
9th... 
6th... 
9th... 
22d— 
20th.. 



32d.. 
35th. 



Old 

9th. 
1st.- 
lst.__ 
9th... 
Old 

7th. 
9th— 
27th.. 



6th... 
11th.. 
10th.. 
5th... 



7th... 
5th... 

4th... 
5th... 
18th.. 
16th.. 
4th... 
5th... 
5th„. 
2d... 
14th.. 



1st— 
1st.. 
10th. 
5th.. 
11th. 

20th. 

lst... 



2d... 
12th.. 
5th... 
5th... 
1st... 
6th... 
24th. 
17th.. 
20th.. 
9th... 
4th... 
5th... 
9th... 
4th... 
4th... 
2d... 
1st... 
14th.. 
5th.. 
5th... 
10th. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



119 



RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 






Mont... 
Minn... 

Colo 

Kans 

Okla.... 
N.Dak.. 


2d 

5th.... 

1st 

2d.... 
5th._.. 


$3,600 




Manager, Minneapolis Loan Agency 


7,500 






3,600 


Frank Hodges 


Manager, Kansas City Loan Agency 

Manager, Oklahoma City Loan Agency 

Manager, Omaha Loan Agency 


10,000 


J. C. Eagen 


4,800 


C. F. Mudgett 


6,000 


Warren P. Andrews 


Manager, Dallas Loan Agency 


Tex 

Tex 

Tex 

Tex 

Calif- 
Wash... 
Utah- 
Calif— 
Wash... 
Wash... 


5th.... 
16th... 
8th.... 
14th... 
11th... 
1st.— 

1st 

6th... 

2d 

5th— 


8,400 


Lucius C. Andrews 


Acting manager, El Paso Loan Agency 

Manager, Houston Loan Agency 


2,400 


Robert F. Ford 


6,000 


Otto Meerscheidt 


Manager, San Antonio Loan Agency. 


6,000 


A. R. LeRoy 


7,500 


Walter D. Shultz 


Manager, Portland Loan Agency 


5,400 


Elias A. Smith 


Manager, Salt Lake City Loan Agency 

Manager, San Francisco Loan Agency 


5,400 


A. A. Calkins 


7,200 


R. L. Davis 


4,800 


Walter Ferguson 


Manager, Spokane Loan Agency. 


4,800 









FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD 

Ik This board, created by Public Act No. 304, Seventy-second Congress, is composed of five members ap- 
pointed by the President of the United States, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The 
board shall supervise the Federal home loan banks created by this act, shall perform the other duties spe- 
cifically prescribed by this act, and shall have power to adopt, amend, and require the observance of such 
rules, regulations, and orders as shall be necessary from time to time for carrying out the purposes of the 
provisions of this act. 



William F. Stevenson 


Chairman 


S.C 

Mass 

Oreg 

Minn... 
Tenn— 

S.C 

Ga. 

D.C 


5th— 
11th— 

3d 

5th— 
5th.... 
5th.... 
5th— . 


$10,000 


John H. Fahey 




10,000 


Russell Hawkins 


do 


10,000 


Walter H. Newton 

T.D.Webb 


do 

do.... 


10, 000 
10,000 


A. E. Hutchison 


Secretary to the Board 

General counsel 


8,182 


Horace Russell... 


8,182 


R. Reyburn Burklin... 




7,100 


Frank A. Chase 




Fla 

Ill 

Kans 

Ga 

Ala 


4th-... 
10th... 
1st.— 
10th... 

5th.... 


7,100 


Arthur J. Mertzke 


Economist 


5,000 


Robert L. Nagle 


Associate counsel 


4,500 


Stephen L. Upson 


Assoctate counsel 


4,600 


James O. Mann. 


Assistant secretary 


3,900 









HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION 



This corporation was created by the Home Owners' Loan Act of 1933, Public No. 43, Seventy-third Con- 
gress to provide emergency relief with respect to home mortgage indebtedness, to refinance home mortgages, 
to extend relief to owners of homes occupied by them and who are unable to amortize their indebtedness 
elsewhere, to amend the Federal Home Loan Bank Act, to increase the market for obligations of the United 
States and for other purposes. 



William F. Stevenson.. 


Chairman 


S.C 

Mass 

Oreg 

Minn.-. 
Tenn... - 

S.C 

Ga 

S.C 

N.Y.... 

Ind 

Kans 

Tex 

N.Y 

S.C 


5th..„ 
11th— 
3rd... . 
5th.... 
5th— 
5th.... 
5th.... 
5th— 
1st— 
4th.... 

1st 

3rd.... 

2d 

5th— 


0) 


John H. Fahey 


Member 


0) 


Russell Hawkins.. 


do.... 


(') 


Walter H. Newton 

T. D. Webb 


do 

do 


0) 
0) 


A. E. Hutchison 


General manager 


0) 


Horace Russell. 


General counsel 


0) 


W. P. Goodman 




$6,000 


James A. Hoyt 


do 


6,000 


P. J. Maloney 




6,000 


James G. Strong 




5,200 


Gus C. Edwards 


Associate counsel 


5,000 


R. R. Dufour 




3,600 


Howard M. Duvall... 


Chief Clerk 


3,600 



1 N© additional compensation for serving with the Home Owners' Loan Corporation. 



120 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION 

Continued 



Name 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Field Service 



E. H. Wrenn, Jr 

William R. Wayland. 

Frank Milwee 

Monroe Butler 

John Lynch 

Peter M. Kennedy. .. 
Thomas B. Young... 

Charles A. Jones 

James R. Stockton — 

Frank A. Hoi den 

C. C. Wilburn 

William G. Donne — 

E. Kirk M c Kinney .. 

GeisS. Botsford 

W. M. Price 

W. T. Beckham 

Paul B. Habans 

F. Harold Dubord.... 

David Stiefel 

Charles F. Cotter 

John F. Hamilton 

Otto Bremer 

Wiley A. Blair 

G. C. Vandover 

E. C. Carruth 

Charles Smrha 

George W. FriedhofL. 
Charles E. Bartlett... 

G. Frank Shanley 

E. C. Robertson 

Vincent D ailey . _ 

AlanS. O'Neal 

Fred W. McLean 

Henry G. Brunner 

JohnF. Mahr.. 

J. P. Lipscomb 

Jacob H. Mays 

Joseph P. Canning 

Donald S. Matheson.. 
Aimer O. Steensland.. 
Charles H. Litterer__. 

James Shaw 

J. F. Fowles 

ParkH. Pollard 

John J. Wicker, Jr 

W. E. McCroskey 

Walter V. Ross 

J. R. McQuillan 

Bayard Wilson 



State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 
State manager, 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut. 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia. 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana. 

Maine 

Maryland 

M assachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia.. 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Ala.... 

Ariz 

Ark.... 
Calif... 
Colo... 
Conn.. 
Del.... 
D.C... 

Fla 

Ga 

Idaho .. 

111 

Ind____ 
Iowa... 
Kans— . 
Ky____ 

La 

Maine. 
Md...- 
Mass.. 
Mich.. 
Minn.. 
Miss... 

Mo 

Mont.. 
Nebr... 

Nev 

N.H... 
N.J.... 
N.Mex. 
N.Y... 
N.C.._ 
N.Dak. 
Ohio... 
Okla... 
Oreg... 
Pa..— 
R.I__.. 
S.C.... 
S.Dak. 
Tenn.. 

Tex 

Utah... 

Vt 

Va 

Wash.. 
W.Va.. 
Wis.... 
Wyo... 



FOREIGN SERVICE BUILDINGS COMMISSION 



Sam D. McReynolds. 



CordellHull 

William H. Woodin. 

Daniel C. Roper 

Key Pittman 

William E. Borah... 
Hamilton Fish, Jr... 
Keith Merrill 



United States Representative, member, 
chairman. 

Secretary of State, member 

Secretary of the Treasury, member 

Secretary of Commerce, member 

United States Senator, member 

.....do 



United States Representative, member. 
Executive secretary 1. 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 



Nev... 
Idaho. 
N.Y.. 
Minn. 



3d... 



AtL. 
2d.... 
26th.. 
5th... 



i This commission was created by Public Act No. 186, Sixty-ninth Congress, approved May 7, 1926. 
Its duties are to consider, formulate, and approve plans and proposals for the acquisition and utilization 
of sites and buildings in foreign capitals and in other foreign cities for the use of the diplomatic and con- 
sular establishments of the United States, including the initial furnishings of such buildings and the initial 
alteration and repair of purchased buildings and grounds. 

2 Serves as member of the commission without additional compensation. 

3 Serves without additional compensation. 



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UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Officers of the Commission 




Mont-.. 
Tenn— . 


2d 

4th— 


$8,000 
8,000 








do—. 


8,000 
6,500 






S.C 

N.Y..- 

Wis 

Oreg 

Va 

W.Va.- 
D.C 


2d 

6th— 
6th—. 

1st 

8th— 
2d 




Assistant chief examiner and budget officer- 


5,600 




6,500 
4,600 


Arthur R. Butler 




William C. Hull 


Executive assistant and personnel officer 

Cost accountant and assistant budget officer .. 


4,600 


Cecil E. Custer — 


3,200 




3,300 


Una H Keck 




Wash... 

Ky 

Md 

N.J 

N.Y__„ 

D.C 


4th— 

9th— 

6th— 

4th— 
43d— . 


2,900 
5,800 


Examining Division 








4,600 


Service Record and Retire- 
ment Division 


Chief, Service Record and Retirement Divi- 
sion. 

Assistant chief, Service Record and Retire- 
ment Division. 


4,800 




3,500 


Correspondence Division 


3,200 
6,500 


Personnel Classification 
Division 


Chief, Personnel Classification Division 

Assistant chief, Personnel Classification Divi- 
sion. 


Conn... 
D.C— 


2d-— 


Joseph L. Spilman 


4,600 


Division of Investigations 


Pa 

Mass — 

Minn... 

N.C 

Wyo— 

Calif.... 
Mo 

Va 

Pa._ 

Mass 

Mo. 

Ill 

Tenn— 

Ga 

Ohio 

111- 

Minn... 

Mo 

La 

Wash... 

Ark 

Colo 


30th— 
2d 

4th— 
11th... 
AtL.. 

4th— 
14th— 

1st..- 
31st.... 

7th— 
10th— 
13th— 
8th— 
5th— 

1st 

10th... 
4th— 

10th— 

2d 

1st 

6th 

1st 


4.800 




Assistant chief, Division of Investigations 

Chairman, Board of Appeals and Review 

Member, Board of Appeals and Review 

do 


3 500 


Board of Appeals and Review 


5,000 


John F. Edwards 


4,600 


S. G. Hopkins — 


4,600 
3,700 


Accounts and Maintenance 
Division 

Henry G. Porter 


Chief, Accounts and Maintenance Division.. . 
Assistant chief, Accounts and Maintenance 
Division. 

Chief, Editing and Recruiting Division 

Assistant chief, Editing and Recruiting 
Division. 




2 700 


Editing and Recruiting 
Division 

Thomas A. Griffin... 


4 600 


Herbert E. Morgan 


3 900 


Field Force 
E. L. Reynolds 


4 400 


Ballard H. Clemmons 


Manager, 2d district, New York City 

Manager, 3d district, Philadelphia, Pa 

Manager, 4th district, Washington, D.C 

Manager, 5th district, Atlanta, Ga 

Manager, 6th district, Cincinnati, Ohio 


5,000 
4 400 


Farrar Smith 


4 600 




4 600 


Charles W. Paine 


4 000 


C. D. Hertzog— 


4 600 


Charles C. Everett 


Assistant manager in charge, 8th district, St. 

Paul, Minn. 
Manager, 9th district, St. Louis, Mo — 


3 000 


Charles R. Anderson 


4,200 


Edward H. Jennings 


Manager, 10th district, New Orleans, La 

Manager, 11th district, Seattle, Wash 

Manager, 12th district, San Francisco, Calif ._ 
Assistant manager in charge, 13th district, 
Denver, Colo. 


4 000 


James C. Lackore 


4 000 


Harry T. Kranz 


4 600 


Pearl Hopper 


3 000 







10143—33- 



122 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



UNITED STATES EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION 

COMMISSION 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 

dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Jewell W. Swofford 


Commissioner, chairman. 


Mo 




$8,000 
8,500 
8,500 
8,000 
5,200 
0) 

4,800 
4,200 
3,200 
6,200 


Harry Bassett 


Commissioner... 


Ind 

Pa 

D.C 


7th— 
34th... 


John M. Morin 


do 


Z. Lewis Dalby 


Chief counsel . 


William McCauley 




Ark 

Calif.... 

Ill 

Iowa 

Pa 

Wash... 


6th.... 
9th.— 

3d 

1st.... 
22d.... 
3d 


Edward C. Ernst 


Medical director 


W. R. Carpenter 


Chief claim examiner 


Frank M. Phillips 


Chief statistician . . 


Bessie 0. Reed 


Chief of accounts --..... 




Deputy commissioner for the District of 
Columbia. 





Surgeon, United States Public Health Service, detailed to commission. 

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 



Central Office, Washington, 
D.C. 

Frank T. Hines 

Adelbert D. Hiller... 

J. O'C. Roberts... 

James T. Brady 

George E. Ijams 

Omer W. Clark 

Harold W. Breining— 

CM. Griffith... 

C. W. Wadsworth 

Louis H. Tripp 

John D. Cutter 

George E. Brown 

Edward W. Morgan 

Maurice Collins 

Horace L. McCoy ... 

Samuel M. Moore, Jr 

G. Henderson Sweet 

Marion E. Pollock 

William C. Black 

George M. Hyland 

R. L. Jarnagin 

George P. Hughes 

Davis G. Arnold 

Luther E. Ellis 

Sam Jared, Jr 

G. C. Skinner 

J. F. Wallace 

E. J. Rose 

George A. Rowland 

F. W. Franke 

B. K. Cash 

J. E. Price 

W. R. Talbott 

R. C. Kidd 

S. T. Fisk 

Harley H. Milks 

William H. Holmes 

F. B. Simms-.. 

Herman F. Brail — 

John B. Schommer 



Administrator of Veterans' Affairs 

Executive assistant to the Administrator 

Solicitor. 

Assistant Solicitor 

Assistant Administrator, medical and domi- 
ciliary care, construction and supplies. 
Assistant Administrator, pensions and com- 
pensation. 
Assistant Administrator, finance and in- 
surance. 

Medical Director... 

Director, National Homes Service 

Director, Construction Service 

Director, Supply Service 

Director, Compensation Service 

Director, Pension Service 

Director, Finance Service 

Director, Insurance Service 

Budget Officer and Chief of Statistics 

Chief, Personnel Division... 

Chief, classification committee 

Chief Clerk 

Chief, Contact Division 

Chief, Appeals Division 

Chief, Law Division 

Chief, Field Division 

Chief, Legislation and Regulations Division- 
Chief, Investigation Division.. 

Chief, Regional Office Division 

Chief, Tuberculosis Division 

Chief, General Medical Division 

Chief, Neuropsychiatric Division 

Chief, Administrative Division, National 

Homes Service. 
Chief, Admissions and Operative Division. . 
Chief, Administrative Division, Construction 
Service. 

Chief, Technical Division 

Chief, Procurement Division 

Chief, Property and Contract Division.. 

Chief, insurance claims council 

Chief, Accounting Division 

Chief, Life Insurance Claims Division 

Chief, Policy Issue, Retirement, and Records 

Division. 
Chief, Disbursing Division 



Utah- 


2d 


Mass 


15th.__ 


D.C 




Mass — 


13th... 


Md 


4th.„. 


Ohio 


1st.... 


N.Y.... 


10th... 


Tenn— 


4th„„ 


Ohio 


3d 


N.Y.... 


2d 


D.C 




Wis 


3d— 


Vt 


AtL.. 


Mass... 


10th— 


Oreg 


3d 


Fla 


4th— 


Md 


6th— 


Ga 


10th— 


Pa 


20th... 


Oreg 


3d 


111 


19th... 


Mass 


4th— 


R.I 


1st.... 


Ind 


5th.„. 


Tenn... 


4th.... 


Mo 


AtL.. 


Colo.... 


3d 


Ohio 


10th... 


Ohio 


17th... 


Ohio... . 


3d 


Ind 


2d... .. 


Va 


AtL.. 


Md 


5th— 


Md 


6th— 


Calif— 


7th— 


N.Y.... 


34th— 


Pa 


1st 


Mass 


14th— 


Pa 


7th— 


Wis 


6th— J 



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123 



VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 



Facilities Outside Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

Field Representatives of 
Administrator 



Charles W. Spofford. 
George H. Wood 



Supply Depots 
Managers 



Mark S. White 

Edward A. McGinn. 



Insular Offices 

Managers 



John F. Martin. 
F. G. Sanborn.. 
M. G. Morales.. 



Regional Offices 

Managers 



Ernest R. Benke 

William J. Blake 

A. D. Borden 

John A. Brody 

Thomas J. Calvert 

John A. Carlton 

L. C. Chapman 

William M. Coffin.... 

Stanley H. Conner 

Harry J. Crosson 

David K. Dalager 

Orville G. Fairburn 

Allen Fletcher 

Harry B. Gilstrap 

William T. Hardaway 

Edgar T. Hitch 

Hilary G. Hooks 

Read Johnson 

Edwin W. Jordan 

Joseph J. Kingsbury 

William L. Marlin 

Bert C. Moore 

Gardner M . Olmstead 

Guy F. Palmer... 

James S. Pittman 

Frank G. Reagan 

Herbert H. Rouse 

Ernest B. Rowbotham 

Charles F. Sargent 

William S. Shipman 

Daniel E. Smith ,.. 

Charles W. Spofford ^acting) 

Malcolm L. Stoddard 

Edward J. Wieland .. 

Frank L. Williams 

James A. Winn 



Veterans' Administration 
Facilities 

Managers 



Winthrop Adams. . _ 
John H. Ale 

Gail D. Allee 

Matthew C. Baines. 

T. J. Bannigan 

Lewis G. Beardsley. 



Chicago, 111... 
Dayton, Ohio. 



Perry Point, Md. 
Chicago, 111 



Bedford, Mass.. .. 
Indianapolis, Ind.. 
Whipple, Ariz 

Canandaigua, N.Y. 
Newington, Conn.. 
Washington, D.C. 



Charles G. Beck I Lincoln, Nebr. 

1 Per diem. 



Ill 

Ohio... 



Md. 
111... 



3d. 



6th. 
2d.. 



Manila, P.I 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
San Juan, P.R.... 



Pittsburgh, Pa 

Boston, Mass 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Kansas City, Mo 

Birmingham, Ala 

Denver, Colo 

San Antonio, Tex 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

San Francisco, Calif. . 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak- 
Seattle, Wash 

Burlington, Vt 

Oklahoma City, Okla 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Washington, D.C 

Charleston, W.Va 

Dallas, Tex 

Richmond, Va 

Buffalo, N.Y 

Cleveland, Ohio 

New Orleans, La 

Reno, Nev- 

Detroit, Mich 

Charlotte, N.C 

Nashville, Tenn 

Manchester, N.H 

Providence, R.I 

Baltimore, Md 

Jackson, Miss 

Louisville, Ky_. 

New York, N.Y 

Portland, Maine 

St. Louis, Mo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Little Rock, Ark 



Mass. 
Calif. 
P.R.. 



Ill- 


7th— 


Mass 




Calif 




Mo 


At L._ 


Ala 


7th.... 


Colo 


1st.... 


Tex 


5th.... 


Ohio — 


2d 


Kans 


6th.... 


Pa 


4th.... 


Mont... 


1st 


Wash... 


6th.... 


Vt 


At L.. 


Okla.— 


4th.... 


Ga 


4th.... 


Ohio 


6th— 


Md 


3d 


Tex 


6th— 


Va 


AtL.. 


N.Y.... 


41st... 


Ohio 


22d— 


Ala 


2d 


Nev 




Mich 


8th— 


N.C 




Tenn.... 


2d 


N.H.... 


1st 


R.I 




Mass 


2d 


Miss 


3d 


Md 


6th— 


111 




Maine.. 


3d 


Iowa 


3d 


Iowa 


6th— 


Ark 


5th.... 



Mass 

Ind 

Mo 

Ga 

Conn... 
Conn 

Nebr— . 



5th._.. 



AtL.. 



1st... 
5th... 
1st... 



124 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION 

Continued 



Veterans' Administration 

Facilities— Continued 

Man agers— Continued 

Harry H. Botts 

Frank B. Brewer.. 

George F. Brewster... 

R. A. Bringham 

Henry R. Brown — 

Rhodric W. Browne 

Mizell Bryson 

Harry R. Carson 

Paul I. Carter. 

Harry G. Clarke 

Richard L. Cook 

Robert C. Cook 

Eugene Davis — 

James E. Dedman 

Wm. M. Dobson 

H. C. Dodge - 

David C. Farnsworth 

J. M Ferguson 

Harry B. Fralic 

Robert R. Gibson 

William C. Gibson 

Frank N. Gordon 

Everett Greer 

Sidney C. Groeschel 

John A. Hadley ... 

Hans Hansen 

Benjamin F. Hayden __ 

Middleton E. Head 

Roger P. Hentz (acting) 

Carl D. Hibbard 

C. T. Hoverson 

C. H. Hudelson 

Samuel H. James 

George L. Johnson 

Percival G. Lasche 

James L. Laughlin 

Frank E. Leslie 

E. A. Littlefleld 

O.K.Marshall 

Charles I. Martin 

J. Baldwin McComb 

George M. Melvin 

Carl A. Neves 

William E. Park 

Charles M. Pearsall 

Donald F. Peppers 

Appleton H. Pierce 

John A. Pringle 

Harry Rubin 

Fred C. Runkle 

Keith Ryan .- 

Hugh Scott - 

Frederick R. Sims 

John M. Slaton, Jr... 

Dallas B. Smith 

Richard W. Soper 

George R. Stalter 

Henry Ladd Stickney 

Walter B. Swackhamer 

Elon F. Tandy 

Howard C. Von Dahm 

I. Roy Wagner 

Joseph H. Ward 

Herbert C. Watts. 

Louis H. Webb... 

Orville D. Westcott 

Herbert E. Whitledge 

Oscar C. Wilhite 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Marion, Ind — 

Livermore, Calif. 

Northport, Long Island, N.Y 

Bath, N.Y. 

Aspinwall, Sharpsburg, Pa 

Bronx, N.Y 

St. Petersburg, Fla.. 

North Chicago, 111 

Portland, Oreg 

Camp Custer, Mich 

Rutland Heights, Mass 

Excelsior Springs, Mo 

Fort Lyon, Colo -. 

Castle Point, N.Y 

Augusta, Ga... 

Oteen, N.C 

San Fernando, Calif 

Lexington, Ky — 

Huntington, W.Va 

Albuquerque, N.Mex 

Jefferson Barracks, Mo 

Dwight, 111 

Johnson City, Tenn 

Columbia, S.C 

National Military Home, Calif 

St. Cloud, Minn 

Veterans' Administration Home, Va„. 

Lyons, N.J 

Perry Point, Md 

Minneapolis, Minn 

Fargo, N.D 

Boise, Idaho 

Tucson, Ariz.- 

Tuscaloosa, Ala 

Palo Alto, Calif.. 

Cheyenne, Wyo 

Northampton, Mass 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Danville, 111 

Veterans' Administration Home, Kans 

Alexandria, La 

Gulfport, Miss. 

Hot Springs, S.Dak — 

Fort Bayard, N.Mex 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Wichita, Kans 

Coatesville, Pa 

North Little Rock, Ark 

Waco, Tex„ 

Dayton, Ohio 

Augusta, Maine 

Hines, 111 

Chillicothe, Ohio 

Atlanta, Ga._ .... 

Biloxi, Miss 

Sheridan, Wyo - 

American Lake, Wash 

Sunmount, N.Y 

Walla Walla, Wash 

Roseburg, Oreg 

Lake City, Fla 

Memphis, Tenn 

Tuskegee, Ala 

Fort Harrison, Mont 

Legion, Tex 

Muskogee, Okla 

Outwood, Ky. 

Knoxville, Iowa... 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


Ind 


5th 


Idaho... 


2d 


N.Y 


18th... 


N.Y 


37th... 


N.M... . 


AtL.. 


D.C 




Tenn— 


5th.... 


Nebr 




Wash... 


6th— 


Md 




D.C— 




Colo 


3d 


La 




Ala 


9th— 


Pa 




Colo 


1st 


Tex 


16th... 


Ky 


2d 


Minn.— 


AtL.. 


Colo 


1st 


Mich 


nth— 


Mo 


AtL.. 


Tenn.— 


1st 


S.C 


2d 


Calif 








Maine.. 


1st 


La 


1st 


Miss 


7th— 


Minn.. . 


AtL.. 


N.D 


AtL.. 


Idaho. .. 


1st 


Calif 




La 




111 


7th— 


Wyo .. 




Maine.. 


1st 


Utah... . 


2d 


Ill 


18th— 


Kans 


1st— 


Ohio 


12th— 


Calif 




S.C 


4th.— 


Mont... 


1st 


Wis 


4th— 


Iowa 


2d 


Mass 




Mo 


AtL- 


Ga 


lst 


Ohio 


3d 


Maine. - 


2d 


Okla.— 


2d— . 


Mass 


5th— 


Ga 


5th— 


•Ala 


3d 


Wyo...: 


AtL- 


D.C 




N.H 




Idaho... 


2d 


Mass... 




Fla 


4th— 


Va 


AtL- 


Ind 




Calif.— 


4th— 


La 


2d 


Colo 

Ind 

Mo 


1st.... 
8th— 
AtL.. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES. 1933 



125 



NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR 
AERONAUTICS 

The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics was established by act of Congress approved March 3, 
1915 (U.S.C., title 50, sec. 151), and the membership increased from 12 to 15 members by act approved 
March 2, 1929 (U.S.C. Supp. V, title 50, sec. 151 (a) ). Its membership is appointed by the President and 
consists of two representatives each of the War and Navy Departments from the offices in charge of military 
and naval aeronautics, one representative each of the Smithsonian Institution, the United States Weather 
Bureau, and the United States Bureau of Standards, together with eight additional persons "acquainted 
with the needs of aeronautical science, either civil or military, or skilled in aeronautical engineering or its 
allied sciences." All the members, as such, serve without compensation. The law provides that this 
committee shall "supervise and direct the scientific study of the problems of flight, with a view to their 
practical solution, * * *" and also "direct and conduct research and experiment in aeronautics". Under 
the rules and regulations formulated by the committee and approved by the President, there are technical 
subcommittees organized along lines similar to the main committee and including specially appointed 
representatives of the War, Navy, and Commerce air organizations, with all members serving as such 
without compensation. The major subcommittees are those dealing with aerodynamics, power plants 
for aircraft, and materials for aircraft. The aeronautical research needs of the War, Navy, and Commerce 
Departments are referred to and coordinated by these subcommittees, and programs of fundamental 
research as agreed upon to meet the needs of all governmental agencies are executed under the centralized 
and direct control of the main committee at a single laboratory, known as the Langley Memorial Aeronauti- 
cal Laboratory, at Langley Field, Va. The committee also conducts in Washington the Office of Aero- 
nautical Intelligence, for the collection, classification, and dissemination of scientific and technical data 
on aeronautics obtained from all parts of the world, and passes upon the merits of aeronautical inventions 
and designs submitted to any branch of the Government. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Joseph S. Ames, Ph.D 

David W. Taylor, D.Eng 


Chairman; President Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, Baltimore, Md. 
Vice chairman 


Md 

Va 

Mass 

Mich 

Ind 

Calif... . 

Conn... 

N.Y.... 

Ohio.-. 

N.J 

Ill 

Ohio.... 

Wis 

N.Y 

Ohio 

Md 

D.C 


2d 

8th— 
8th— 
4th— 
1st..- 

8th—. 

5th— 

1st..- 
14th— 

4th— 
10th— 

12th... 

4th— 

17th... 

3d 

6th— 


0) 
0) 


Charles G. Abbot, Sc.D „ 

Lyman J. Briggs, Ph.D 

Capt. Arthur B. Cook, U.S. 

Navy. 
William F. Durand, Ph.D 

Maj. Gen. Benjamin D. 

Foulois, U.S. Army. 
Harry F. Guggenheim, M.A.. 


Member; Secretary Smithsonian Institution- 
Member; Director Bureau of Standards 

Member; Assistant Chief, Bureau of Aero- 
nautics. 
Member; professor emeritus of mechanical 

engineering, Stanford University, Calif. 
Member; Chief of Air Corps, War Depart- 
ment. 
Member; Port Washington, L.I 


0) 

(') 
(') 

(0 
0) 
0) 


Rear Admiral Ernest J. King, 

U.S. Navy. 
Col. Charles A. Lindbergh— 


Member; Chief, Bureau of Aeronautics, 

Navy Department. 
Member.. 


0) 
0) 


William P. MacCracken, Jr., 


Member 


(') 


Ph.B. 
Charles F. Marvin, M.E 

Brig. Gen. Henry C. Pratt, 
U.S. Army. 

Edward P. Warner, M.S 

Orville Wright, Sc.D 


Member; Chief, United States Weather Bu- 
reau. 
Member; Chief, Materiel Division, Air Corps, 

Dayton, Ohio. 
Member; editor "Aviation", New York City- 
Member; Dayton, Ohio 


(') 

0) 

0) 
(0 


George W. Lewis, M.M.E 


D irector of aeronautical research 


$9,000 


John F. Victory, Ll.M. 


Secretary 


6,400 


Edward H. Chamberlin 


Assistant secretary and chief clerk 


Md 

Conn... 

N.Y 


6th— 
2d 


4,000 


In charge of field stations 

Henry J. E. Reid, E.E 

John J. Ide 


Engineer in charge, Langley Memorial Aero- 
nautical Laboratory, Langley Field, Va. 
Technical assistant in Europe, Paris, France . 


7,000 
7,000 









1 Members of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics serve without compensation. 

COMMISSION ON NAVY YARDS AND NAVAL 

STATIONS 

Appointed by direction of the President to carry out provisions of the act of Congress, approved August 
29, 1916, relative to the establishment of navy yards, naval stations, and submarine and aviation bases. 



Rear Admiral Washington L. 
Capps (CC), U.S. Navy 
(Ret.). 



Commissioner. 



(') 



» Pay of rank; see Navy pay tables in appendix. 



126 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION 

The Federal Radio Commission was created by an act of Congress dated February 23, 1927, amended 
March 28, 1928, March 4, 1929, and December 18, 1929. The Commission regulates all forms of interstate 
and foreign radio transmission and communication within the borders of continental United States and 
its Territories. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Commissioners 
Eugene 0. Sykes. ....... 


Commissioner, chairman ... 


Miss 

Ohio 

Utah.... 

Conn 

Nebr 

Mo 


8th.— 
12th... 

2d 

4th.... 
2d 


$10,000 


Thad H. Brown 


Commissioner, vice chairman.. .. .. 


10,000 




Commissioner. .. 


10,000 


William D. L. Starbuck 

James H. Hanley 


do 

do 


10,000 
10,000 


Office of the Secretary 


Secretary 


6,500 


John B. Reynolds 


Assistant secretary 






3,800 


Legal Division 
George B. Porter . ... 


Acting general counsel . .._ ... 


Iowa 

Oreg 


7th.... 


7,500 


Ben S. Fisher 


Assistant general counsel ... . ... . ... .. 


7,500 


Engineering Division 
C. B. Jollifle 


Chief engineer 


W.Va 




10,000 




Assistant chief engineer . 


Calif 




7,500 


E. K. Jett 


do 


Md 




7,500 


Press 


Chief 


Md 

Ind 

Md 

N.Y.... 

N.Y 

La 

Mass 

Pa 


6th... _ 

9th... _ 

5th.... 

36th.. _ 

5th...- 

2d 

11th... 


4,600 


License Division 

William P. Massing... ... 


do 


2,900 


Mail and Files Division 

Edward L. Payne .. .. 


do 


2,300 


Disbursing 
A. J. Cone 


Disbursing clerk 


2,300 

8,000 


Division of Field Operations 
William D. Terrell 


Chief, Division of Field Operations . . 


Radio Districts 
Charles C. Kolster . 


Acting inspector in charge, district no. 1, 

Boston, Mass. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 2, 

New York, N.Y. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 3, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 4, 

Baltimore, Md. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 5, 

Norfolk, Va. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 6, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 7, 

Miami, Fla. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 8, 

New Orleans, La. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 9, 

Galveston, Tex. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 10, 

Dallas, Tex. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 11, 

Los Angeles, Calif. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 12, 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 13, 

Portland, Oreg. 


5,200 


Arthur Batcheller 


6,500 


Louis E. Kearney .. 


2,600 


L. C. Herndon.. 


Va 

Md 


2d 


4,600 


Edward Bennett 


2,800 
2,900 


George S. Turner * ... .. 


Mo 

Tenn 


5th. ... 


Joe H. McKinney 


3,000 
4,600 


Theodore G. Deiler.. 


La 

La 


1st..- 
2d 


Louis L. McCabe .. 


4,400 


Lamar A. Newcomb 


3,000 


James M. Chappie . . 


Calif— 
Calif— 
Calif— 


10th... 
6th— 
11th... 


2,900 


Bernard H. Linden... ... 


5,600 


Kenneth G. Clark 


3,800 







OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



127 



FEDERAL RADIO COMMISSION 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLElAND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Division of Field Operations — 

Continued 

Radio Districts— Continued 
George V. Wiltse 


Acting inspector in charge, district no. 14, 

Seattle, Wash. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 15, 

Denver, Colo. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 16, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 17, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 18, 

Chicago, 111. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 19, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Acting inspector in charge, district no. 20, 

Buffalo, N.Y. 
Manager, Monitoring Station, Grand Island, 

Nebr. 


Wash... 

Pa 

Pa 

Wis 

Calif.... 
Wash... 
Pa 


1st 

18th... 
35th... 
8th— 
10th... 
2d 


$3,100 


Edwin S. Heiser 


2,800 




2,600 


William J. McDonell 


2,900 


H. D. Hayes... 


5,600 


Emery H. Lee 


5,600 


Milton W. Grinnell 


2,800 


Benjamin E. Wolf 


Calif.— 


4th— 


4,400 







NATIONAL SCREW THREAD COMMISSION 



Lyman J. Briggs 

Lt. Col. E. C. Peck, 

Army. 
Col. John O. Johnson, 

Army. 
Commander Claude S. 

lette, U.S. Navy. 
Lt. Comdr. John H. 

chanan, U.S. Navy. 
Frank O. Wells 



U.S. 
U.S. 



Gil- 
Bu- 



(Vacancy) 

Earle Buckingham. 



George S. Case. 
H. W. Bearce.. 



Chairman (Director, Bureau of Standards). 
Representing the War Department 



.do. 



Representing the Navy Department. 
....do.. 



Representing the American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. 
do 



Representing the Society of Automotive En- 
gineers. 
do 



Secretary (principal scientist, Bureau of 
Standards). 



Mich.. 
Ohio- 
Conn.. 
Nebr... 
Tex.... 



Conn. 



Ohio... 
Maine. 



4th.. 
20th. 



3d... 
4th.. 
4th.. 
1st.. 



1st.. 
20th. 



'In accordance with Ex. Ord. June 10, 1933, National Screw Thread Commission was abolished Aug. 
10, 1933. 

: Receives no compensation as a member of the National Screw Thread Commission. 
3 Serves without compensation. 

UNITED STATES COUNCIL OF NATIONAL 
DEFENSE 

The Council of National Defense, composed of the Secretary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, the 
Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Commerce, and the Secretary of 
Labor, wa" charged by the act of August 29, 1916, among other things, with the "coordination of industries 
and resources for the national security and welfare" and with the "creation of relations which will render 
possible in time of need the immediate concentration and utilization of the resources of the Nation. " No 
appropriations have been made for nor any meetings held by the council since the fiscal year 1921. The 
records of the Council of National Defense, as well as those of the War Industries Board and the Committee 
on Public Information, are now under the jurisdiction of the Assistant Secretary of War, who is charged 
by law (act of June 4, .1920) with the "assurance of adequate provision for the mobilization of material and 
industrial organization essential to war-time needs." 



George H. Dern 










Claude A. Swanson 


Secretary of the Navy 








Harold L. Ickes 


Secretary of the Interior 








Henry A. Wallace 










Daniel C. Roper... 


Secretary of Commerce 








Frances Perkins 


Secretary of Labor 








Col. Alvin C. Voris, U.S. 


Custodian of records 






0) 


Army. 











Pay of rank; receives no additional compensation as custodian of records. 



128 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



UNITED STATES SOLDIERS' HOME 

The United States Soldiers' Home is for the use of old, invalid, and disabled soldiers of the Regular 
Army. It is maintained entirely from funds derived from pay of Regular Army soldiers. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION • 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Maj. Gen. Henry P. McCain 


Governor 






0) 


(retired). 
Col. Wm. M. Morrow (re- 


Deputy governor 






0) 


tired). 
Col. W. C. Babcock (retired).. 


Secretary-treasurer 






(0 
( l ) 


Col. D. S. Stanley (retired)... 


Quartermaster 






Col. Frederick McG. Hart- 


Chief surgeon 






( l ) 


sock. 











1 Pay of rank. 

AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION* 



Gen. John J. Pershing, U.S. 
Army. 

R. G. Woodside 

David A. Reed 

Finis J. Garrett 



John Philip Hill 

D. John Markey 

Cora W. Baker 

Maj. X. H. Price, U.S. Army. 

First Lt. R. A. Schow, U.S. 

Army. 
First Lt. J. R. Vance, U.S. 

Army. 

James E. Mangum 

Milton L. Dennis 



Commissioner, chairman. 



Commissioner, vice chairman 

Commissioner, Senator from Pennsylvania... 
Commissioner, judge, United States Court of 

Customs and Patent Appeals. 

Commissioner, Baltimore, Md 

Commissioner, Frederick, Md 

Commissioner, Baltimore, Md 

Secretary; in charge European office, Paris, 

France. 
Assistant, European office 



.do. 



Executive assistant- 
Chief Clerk 



Pa... 
Pa... 
Term. 

Md.. 
Md.. 
Md.. 



Ga.. 

Md. 



M 

( a ) 
( 2 ) 
P) 

( 3 ) 
( 2 ) 
( J ) 
0) 

0) 

(0 

$4,200 
2,600 



* Transferred to Department of Commerce by Executive order of June 10, 1933, effective Aug. 10, 1933. 

1 Pay of rank; no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

2 Commissioners receive no salary. 

FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT STABILIZATION 

BOARD 



Daniel C. Roper 

William H. Woodin. 
Henry A. Wallace- 
Frances Perkins 



Donald H. Sawyer. 
H. R. Colwell 



Secretary of Commerce, chairman.. 
Secreatry of the Treasury, member. 
Secretary of Agriculture, member.. 
Secretary of Labor, member 



Director 

Assistant to the Director. 



s.c 




N.Y 








N.Y 




111 




Wyo..- 


AtL.. 



<•) 

0) 
(0 

(>) 

$9,000 
5,600 



1 No additional compensation for service on this board. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



129 



THE JOINT BOARD 



The Joint Board is established by joint agreement of the Secretaries of War and the Navy to consider 
and reach common conclusions on all matters calling for the cooperation of the two services. It is appointed 
jointly by the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy. 



Gen. Douglas MacArthur 

Maj. Gen. Hugh A. Drum 

Brig. Gen. C. E. Kilbourne.- 

Admiral W. H. Standley 

Rear Admiral J. K. Taussig... 
Rear Admiral S. W. Bryant... 

Jarvis Butler 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief of Staff 

Deputy Chief of Staff.. 

Assistant Chief of Staff, War Plans Division. 

Chief of Naval Operations 

Assistant Chief of Naval Operations 

Director, War Plans Division, Office of Naval 

Operations. 
Secretary 



Legal residence 



State 



S.Dak... 



Cong, 
dist. 



1st.... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



(J) 

(0 
(0 
0) 
(0 
0) 

2 $5, 200 



1 Pay or rank; no additional compensation as member of the Joint Board. 

1 Detailed from Navy Department; no additional compensation as secretary of the Joint Board. 

THE AERONAUTICAL BOARD 

The Aeronautical Board is established by agreement of the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the 
Navy to investigate, study, and report upon all questions affecting jointly the development and employ- 
ment of the Army Air Corps and naval aviation and to prevent duplication of effort in the several activi- 
ties. It is appointed jointly by the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy. 



Maj. Gen. Benjamin D. Fou- 
lois. 

Brig. Gen. Oscar Westover 

Maj. M. J. Gunner. 

Rear Admiral E. J. King. 

Commander P. N. L. Bel- 
linger. 

Capt. R. F. Dillen 

Jarvis Butler 



Chief of Air Corps. 



Assistant Chief of Air Corps 

Member of War Plans Division, General Staff. 

Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics — 

Chief of Plans Division, Bureau of Aeronau- 
tics. 

Member of War Plans Division, Naval Oper- 
ations. 

Secretary. 



S.Dak. 



(') 

W 

(0 
0) 

(') 

0) 

» $5, 200 



1 Pay of rank; no additional compensation as member of the Aeronautical Board. 

2 Detailed from Navy Department; no additional compensation as secretary of the Aeronautical Board. 

BOARD OF SURVEYS AND MAPS OF THE 
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 



John G. Staack 

Lt. Col. F. B. Wilby, U.S. 

Army. 
Joseph H. Wheat.. 



Chairman, Geological Survey, Department of 

the Interior. 
Vice chairman, Corps of Engineers, War 

Department. 
Secretary, Geological Survey, Department of 

the Interior. 



i The membership of this board is made up of representatives from branches of the Government service, 
who receive no additional compensation for their duties on the board. 



130 OFFICIAL REGISTEB OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 

COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Charles Moore 


Commissioner, chairman 






l\ 

0) 
0) 

(') 

0) 

$3,500 


(Vacancy) 


Commissioner, vice chairman 






Egerton Swartwout __ 


Commissioner— 


N.Y. 




Gilmore D. Clarke 


do.... 


N.Y 




Lee Lawrie 


do 


N.Y 




John M. Howells 


do 


N Y 




Eugene F. Savage .. 


do— 


N.Y 




H. P. Caemmerer 


Executive secretary and adminstrative 
officer. 


Wis 











1 Serve without compensation; the members are reimbursed for their traveling expenses. 

NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING 

COMMISSION 



Frederic A. Delano 

Maj. John C. Gotwals, U.S 

Army. 
Arno B. Cammerer 

R. Y. Stuart.. 

Wm. H. King 

Mrs. Mary T. Norton 

Henry V. Hubbard 

William A. Delano 

J. C. Nichols— 

Maj. Gen. Lytle Brown 



Chairman 

Engineer commissioner. 



Director National Parks, Buildings and Res- 
ervations (Vice Chairman and Executive 
officer) Department of the Interior. 

Chief, Forest Service, Department of Agri- 
culture. 

Chairman Senate Committee on the District 
of Columbia. 

Chairman House Committee on the District 
of Columbia. 

Brookline, Mass 

New York, N.Y 

Kansas City, Mo 

Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army. 



1 Pay of rank or position; receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

2 Serves without compensation. 



OFFICIAL EEGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 131 

UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHIC BOARD 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Frank Bond 


Chairman (Room 5323, Interior Department) . 

Secretary (office, Room 6318 Commerce 
Building). 

Chairman, executive committee; geographer, 
Department of State. 

Geographer, Bureau of the Census, Depart- 
ment of Commerce. 

Chief, Geographic Branch, General Staff, 
War Department. 

Assistant Forester, United States Forest 
Service, Department of Agriculture. 

Hydrographer, Hydrographic Office, Depart- 
ment of the Navy. 

Ethnologist, Bureau of American Ethnol- 
ogy, Smithsonian Institution. 

Night Assistant Production Manager, Gov- 
ernment Printing Office. 

Chief, Division of Maps, Library of Congress. 

Chief, Division of Operations, United States 
Coast Guard, Treasury Department. 

Director, Coast and Geodetic Survey, De- 
partment of Commerce. 

Commissioner of Lighthouses, Department 
of Commerce. 

Geographer, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic 
Commerce, Department of Commerce. 

Superintendent, Division of Postmasters, 
Post Office Department. 

Secretary, Board of Surveys and Maps, rep- 
resenting United States Geological Survey, 
Department of the Interior. 


Wyo._- 
Conn 


AtL- 


I $3, 900 




13,200 








(t) 








(I) 


Lt. Col. Henry T. Bull 






0) 






(1) 








0) 


J. N. B. Hewitt 






0) 








0) 

0) 














0) 


Capt. R. S. Patton 






0) 


George R. Putnam 






p) 


Dr. Helen M. Strong 






0) 


Nelson A. Tacy 






(0 


Maj. Joseph H. Wheat 






0) 











1 The chairman and secretary are the only officials whose salary is paid from this board's appropriation. 
The membership is made up of representatives from the various branches of the Government service 
indicated. 

INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION 



United States Section 
A. O. Stanley... 


Commissioner 


Ky 




1 $10,000 


John H. Bartlett 


do 


N.H 




1 10, 000 


Eueene Lorton 


do . 


Okla .. 




1 10, 000 


C. E. Smith 




W.Va.. 




5,000 


Canadian Section 
Charles A. Magrath 








( 2 ) 


Sir William Hearst, K.C.M.G. 


do 






( 2 ) 


G. W. Kyte, K.C 


do .. 






( 2 ) 


Lawrence J. Burpee 








( 2 ) 













Under the terms of the Economy Act, the salaries of the commissioners were temporarily reduced from 
$10,000 to $5,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1934; (see p. vm). 
1 Compensation paid by the Canadian Government. 

INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION- 
UNITED STATES, ALASKA, AND CANADA 






United States Section 










James H. Van Wagenen 


Commissioner 


Iowa 

Calif. ... 


8th.... 
8th.... 
7th 


$8, 000 


Jesse Hill 


Engineer to the Commission 


5,400 


Edgar A. Klapp. 




3,600 


Canadian Section 










Noel J. Ogilvie 








0) 


John A. Pounder 








0) 













Compensation paid by the Canadian Government. 



132 



OFFICIAL EEGISTEK OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES COMMISSION- 
UNITED STATES AND CANADA 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington. D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


American Section 
Frank T. Bell 


Member, Commissioner of Fisheries, Depart- 
ment of Commerce, Bureau of Fisheries. 
Member, Seattle, Wash 






0) 


Edward W. Allen 






(') 


Canadian Section 
J. P. Babcock 


Chairman, Victoria, British Columbia 






( 3 ) 


W. A. Found 


Member, Ottawa 






( 3 ) 













1 No additional compensation for service on commission; reimbursed for traveling expenses. 

2 Serves without compensation; reimbursed for traveling expenses. 

3 Paid by the Canadian Government. 

INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION 
UNITED STATES AND MEXICO 



United States Section 

627 First National Bank Build- 
ing, El Paso, Tex. 

L. M. Lawson ' 

C. M. Ainsworth s _ 

W. E. Anderson 

HJ.S. Devries 2 

M. B. Moore 

Mexican Section * 

212 An. Lerdo Norte, Juarez, 
Chihuahua, Mexico 

Armando Santacruz, Jr 

Joaquin C. Bustamente 

Jos6 Hernandez Ojeda 

A. M. Amor 

Rafael Fernandez MacGregor. 

Jose L. Favela 

Jose M. Ramirez.. 

Carlos Blake 

Alfredo Becerril Colin 

Fortunato Dozal 

Ignacio Lopez Bancalari 

Gustavo P. Serrano 

Horacio Gil de Partearroyo 



Commissioner, El Paso, Tex 

Consulting engineer, El Paso, Tex 

Engineering adviser, San Benito, Tex 

Counsel and Acting Secretary, El Paso, Tex. 
Chief clerk and acting disbursing officer, El 
Paso, Tex. 



Commissioner, Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico- 
Acting consulting engineer, Juarez, Chihua- 
hua, Mexico. 

Secretary, Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico 

Engineer, Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico 

Technical adviser, Mexico, D. F., Mexico 

Technical adviser, Mexico, D. F., Mexico 

Technical adviser, Matamoros, Tamps, 

Mexico. 
Technical adviser, Monterey, N. L., Mexico. 
Technical adviser, Santa Rosalia, Tamps, 

Mexico. 
Honorary technical adviser, Mexico, D.F., 

Mexico. 
Honorary technical adviser, Mexico, D.F., 

Mexico. 
Honorary technical adviser, Mexico, D.F., 

Mexico. 
Assistant secretary, Juarez, Chihuahua, 

Mexico. 



Tex 
Tex 
Tex 
Tex 
Tex 



16th. 
16th. 
15th. 
16th. 
16th. 



$10,000 
5,200 
(') 

5,000 
3,600 



1 Appointed to competitive classified civil service from Ninth District, California. 

2 Appointed from New Mexico. 

3 $35 per diem when employed. 

* Compensation of Mexican section paid by Mexican Government. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



133 



MIXED CLAIMS COMMISSION— UNITED STATES 
AND GERMANY 



NAME 



Office of the Umpire 



Owen J. Roberts 

Ephraim P. Bowyer. 



Commission and Secretariat 



Chandler P. Anderson. 
WUhelin Kiesselbach... 

Walter R. Dorsey 

Alfred Lueders— 



American Agency 



Robert W. Bonynge. 
Harold H. Martin- 
Jackson C. Lusby— 



German Agency 

Wilhelm Tannenberg. . . 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Umpire 

Law clerk to umpire. 



American commissioner 

German commissioner 

Joint secretary on part of United States. 
Joint secretary on part of Germany 



Agent— 

Counsel and assistant to the agent 

Administrative and disbursing officer. 



German agent- 



Legal residence 



State 



Pa 

S.Dak.. 



N.Y... 



D.C. 



N.Y.... 

Kans 

Md 



Cong, 
dist. 



lst.... 



17th.. 



17th. 
1st.. 
6th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion! 



( 2 ) 
J $5, 000 



10,000 
(«) 

4,800 
(*) 



10,000 

7,500 

M.000 



M 



1 The deduction of 15% applies to those paid solely by the U.S. 
8 Serving without compensation. 

1 Compensation paid one half by United States and one half by Germany; see Tripartite Claims Com- 
mission. 
* Compensation paid by German Government. 
» See Tripartite Claims Commission below. 

TRIPARTITE CLAIMS COMMISSION 1 
(UNITED STATES, AUSTRIA, AND HUNGARY) 



Chandler P. Anderson 


Commissioner. _. 


N.Y 

N.Y.... 
S.Dak.. 
Md 


17th... 
17th... 
1st.-.. 
6th..„ 


(») 


Robert W. Bonynge 




(*) 


Ephraim P. Bowyer 


Secretary of the commission... 


(') 


Jackson C. Lusby 


Administrative and disbursing officer 


(') 







1 Being wound up; activities practically completed; no appropriation. 

1 Serving without compensation. See Mixed Claims Commission, United States and Germany, above. 



134 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

The Smithsonian Institution was created by act of Congress in 1846, under the terms of the will of James 
Smithson, an Englishman, who in 1826 bequeathed his fortune to the United States to found, at Washing- 
ton, under the name of the "Smithsonian Institution," an establishment for the "increase and diffusion of 
knowledge among men." The Smithson fund has been increased by other bequests and gifts. The insti- 
tution is legally an establishment having as its members the President of the United States, the Vice 
President, the Chief Justice, and the President's Cabinet. It is governed by a board of regents consisting 
of the Vice President, the Chief Justice, three Members of the United States Senate, three Members of the 
House of Representatives, and six citizens of the United States appointed by joint resolution of Congress, 
all of whom serve without compensation. The Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution is its executive 
officer and the director of its activities. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Office of the Secretary 
Charles G. Abbot 


Secretary 


Mass 

Kans 


8th.... 
2d 


0) 


Alexander Wetmore 


Assistant Secretary 


2 $9, 000 


H. W. Dorsey 


Chief Clerk and Administrative Assistant to 

the Secretary. 
Treasurer and Disbursing Agent 


3 5,500 


N. W. Dorsey 


D.C 




Webster P. True.. 


Editor 






0) 


William Lee Corbin 


Librarian 


Mass... 


13th... 


( 4 ) 









1 Paid from Smithsonian fund. 

2 Paid from "Salaries and expenses, Smithsonian Institution," appropriation. 

3 Paid from National Museum and International Exchange appropriations and Smithsonian funds. 
'■ Paid from Smithsonian funds and Library of Congress appropriation. 

GOVERNMENT BUREAUS UNDER DIRECTION OF SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 



U.S. National Museum 












Assistant Secretary in Charge 


Kans 

Calif.... 
D.C 


2d 

9th.... 


2 $9, 000 


John E. Graf 


Associate Director 


6,500 




Head curator of biology 


6,000 


R. S. Bassler 


Head curator of geology 


Ohio 

W.Va— 
Pa 


2d 

4th.... 

2ist;. . 


5,800 




Head curator of anthropology 


6,000 


Carl W. Mitman 


Head curator, department of arts and 
industries. 


5,600 






Bureau of American 
Ethnology 










M. W. Stirling 


Chief 


Calif— 


6th... . 


7,000 


International Exchanges 










Charles G. Abbot 


Secretary, in charge 


Mass 


8th.— 


0) 


National Zoological Park 










William M. Mann 




Mont— 
Alaska. . 


1st— 


6,500 


E. P. Walker 


Assistant director 


4,800 


Astrophysical Observatory 










Charles G. Abbot. 


Secretary (director) 


Mass 

Wis 


8th— 


0) 


L. B. Aldrich 




5,000 


A. F. Moore 


Director, observing station (Table Mountain, 

Calif.). 
Director, observing station (Mt. St. Kath- 

erine, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt). 


Calif.— 
Calif— 


10th„. 
10th— 


3,500 


Harlan H. Zodtner 


3,200 






National Gallery of Art 










R. P. Tolman 




D.C 




M,600 













i Paid from Smithsonian fund. 

2 Paid from "Salaries and expenses, Smithsonian Institution," appropriation. Also charged with super- 
vision of the scientific activities of the National Zoological Park and the National Gallery of Art. 
* Paid from National Museum appropriation. 



OFFICIAL EEQISTEE OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 135 

NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 




Atlministrator 


N.Y.... 

Kans 

D.C 


8th.... 
2d 


$6, 000 


Charles F. Horner 


Deputy administrator 


8,500 


Edward F. McGrady 


do. . 


8,500 


W L. Allen. 


. do 


Mo 

111 

N.J 

N.Y 

N.Y.... 

Conn 

N.Y 

Wis 

N.Mex.. 

Fla 

Va 


2d.... 
10th... 
12th... 
17th... 

1st 

4th.... 
14th... 
2d.... 
AtL.. 
4th.... 


6,000 


Dr. Earl D. Howard 

Malcom Muir 

K. M. Simpson 

Nelson Slater 


do 

do 

do... 

do.._ 


6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 


A. D. Whiteside 


do 

...do... 


6,000 
6,000 


Malcom P. Sharp 


Assistant counsel 


6,000 


Boaz Long 


Chief, public relations 


6,000 






6,000 






5,000 


B. W. Murray 


Assistant to deputv 


N.Y.... 

N.Y 

D.C 


26th... 
4th.... 


4,000 






4,000 






4,000 


Preston McGoodwin 

George Galloway 


do... 

Associate statistician.. 


Okla.... 

N.J 

NY.... 

Md 

N.Y.... 

N.Y 

N.Y 


5th.... 
8th.... 
24th... 
6th.... 
16th... 
6th.... 


4,000 
4,000 


Roscoe S. Conkling 


Assistant deputy.. 


4,000 


Col. Lester G. Wilson 


Administrative officer 


4,000 


Bradish J. Carroll, Jr 




4,000 


Robert T. Stevens 


Assistant deputy administrator 


Gratis 


Robert T. MacNamee 


Assistant director of public relations 


5,000 
5,000 


R. B. Paddock 


Senior administrative officer 


Tenn... 
N.Y.... 

Ill 

Pa 


9th.... 
14th... 
10th... 


John W. Power 


Chief, administrative division... 


5,000 


Wm. V. Lawson 


Publicity director 


5,000 


F. E. Berquist 




4,600 


Andrew T. Court 


Statist ician 


Mich 

N.Y 

N.Y—.. 

N.Y.... 
Mass... 
Calif.... 

Ill 

N.J 


~6th~.I~~ 
15th... 
8th.... 
4th.... 
8th.... 

2d 

11th... 


4,600 


Richard H. Nugent 




4, 200 


Robert K. Strauss 


A ssist a n t administrator 


5,000 


J. D Moore 




5,000 


Stanley I. Posner 




4,600 


John Rigcleman 


do 


4,400 


Max Sasulv 


Statistician 


4,400 


H. B. Ludlum 




4,400 









FEDERAL EMERGENCY ADMINISTRATOR 
OF PUBLIC WORKS 



Harold L. Ickes 




ni.. 




(') 
$10, 000 


Col. Henry M. Waite 




Ohio. . 




Maj. Philip B. Fleming 


Executive officer 






( 3 ) 


Col. Elmer W. Clark 


do 


Pa.. 




6,000 

(*) 

6,500 


Maj. R. W. Crawford 


E xecuti ve assistant 






Emil E. Hurja 


Administrative assistant 






Henry T. Hunt 




N.H 




7,000 
7,000 


Clarence McDonough 


Director, engineering division 


N.Y 




George H. Parker 


Chief accountant 


Md 




6,000 


Robert D. Kohn... 


Director of housing 


N.Y 




7,000 

12p.d. 

6,000 

( 3 ) 

5,000 
( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 


Lewis P. Mansfield 


Director of Finance Division 


N.J 




Fred E. Schnepfe 


Director, Federal projects 






National Planning Board 
Frederic A. Delano 


Chairman . 


N.Y 




Charles W. Eliot... 


Executive officer 






Wesley C. Mitchell... 


Member 


Vt 




Charles E. Merriam 


do 


111 













1 Secretary of the Interior, no compensation as Administrator. 

» Pay of rank. 

» $10 per diem when actually employed. 



136 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



EMERGENCY CONSERVATION WORK 

This agency was established by Public Act No. 5, 73d Congress, approved Mar. 31, 1933, for the relief of 
unemployment through the performance of useful public work and for other purposes. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C., unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 






Mass 

N.J 

Mass 

D.C 


13th... 
13th... 
7th.__. 


$12,000 
7,000 
7,000 

1 85 






Chas. H. Taylor. .. 


do 


Guy D. McKinney 


Director's personal assistant 


Raymond B. Dickey 




D.C 




5,200 


George Weidenfeld 




N.Y 

W.Va... 
Mo 


5th.... 

2d 

8th.... 


3,600 


Clara B. Holbrook 


Secretary 


2,800 


Addie A. Hughes 


Chief Clerk 


2,500 









• Per week. 

FEDERAL EMERGENCY RELIEF 
ADMINISTRATION 

This agency was established by Public Act No. 15, Seventy-third Congress, approved May 12, 1933, to 
provide for cooperation by the Federal Government with the several States and Territories and the District 
of Columbia in relieving the hardship and suffering caused by unemployment, and for other purposes. 



Harry L. Hopkins Administrator N.Y 



$10,000 



FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION 

This administration was established by Executive order of March 27, 1933 (effective May 27, 1933) 
under act of Congress, Public No. 428, 72d Congress. 



Henry Morgenthau, Jr.... 


Governor 


N.Y ... 




$10,000 


Herbert E. Gaston 


Deputy Governor 


N.Y 

N.Y 


28th... 
37th... 


10,000 


W. I. Myers 


do 


10,000 




.. do ... 


10 000 


Herman Oliphant 




Md 

Wash... 
Calif.... 
Minn... 

Ark 

Mich 

Nebr.... 
Minn... 
Mass 


2d 

1st 

7th.... 
4th.. .. 
5th. ... 

3d 

5th.... 
4th.... 
16th... 


10,000 
10,000 


Albert S. Goss 




George M. Brennan 




10,000 
10,000 


Francis W. Peck 




S. M. Garwood 


Production Credit Commissioner 


10,000 


W. H. McReynolds 


Administrative assistant 


8,500 


George H. Thomas.. 


Comptroller 


8,000 


G. C. Haas 




7,500 
5,600 











FIELD SERVICE 

CENTRAL BANK FOR COOPERATIVES, WASHINGTON, D.C. 

The headquarters and districts served by the Federal land banks, Federal intermediate credit banks, 
production credit corporations, and the banks for cooperatives are as follows: 



Headquarters 



Districts served 



Springfield, Mass 

Baltimore, Md.., 

Columbia, S.C.. 
Louisville, Ky___ 
New Orleans, La. 
St. Louis, Mo... 
St. Paul, Minn- 
Omaha, Nebr 

Wichita, Kans... 

Houston, Tex 

Berkeley, Calif.. 
Spokane, Wash.. 



Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, 

Rhode Island, and Vermont. 
Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, 

and Puerto Rico. 
Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. 
Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee. 
Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. 
Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas. 
Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota. 
Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming. 
Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico. 
Texas. 

California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona. 
Washington, Oregon, Montana, and Idaho. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



137 



FEDERAL COORDINATOR OF TRANSPORTATION 

This agency was created by Public Act No. 68, Seventy-third Congress, to relieve the existing national 
•emergency in relation to interstate railroad transportation, and to amend sections 5, 15a, and 19a of the 
Interstate Commerce Act, as amended. 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D.C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion > 




Federal Coordinator of Transportation 

Director, section of freight service 


Mass — 

Mo 

Tex 

Vt 

Pa 

111 - 

Qa 

N.J 

111 

Ala 

D.C 


13th... 
At L__ 
8th.... 
At L„ 
35th... 
loth— 
1st..- 
10th... 
6th.... 
2d 


(') 




$15,000 


Olin C Castle . 




7,500 






7,500 




Regional director (New York, N.Y.) 


15, 000 






15,000 


C. E. Weaver . 




15,000 


W. H. Chandler 


Traffic assistant (New York, N.Y.)-.. 


8,500 




8,500 






8,500 






7,500 






Tenn— . 

Va. 

Ill 

D.C 


2d 

At L_. 
10th... 


7.500 


0. S. Beyer . 




8,000 




do 


8,000 


William B Poland 


„ do . . .- 


8, COO 


F. W. Powell... 


....do 


D.C 




8,500 













1 The reduction of 15 percent established under Executive orders of Mar. 28, 1933, and July 3, 1933, is not 
applicable to these salaries. 

2 Also Commissioner of Interstate Commerce Commission. 

COMMITTEE ON THE CONSERVATION AND 
ADMINISTRATION OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN' 

Act of Congress, Public, No. 107, Seventy-first Congress, authorized the President to appoint a commis- 
sion to study and report on the conservation and administration of the public domain. 



James R. Garfield 




Ohio 




( 2 ) 






N.Mex.. 




( 2 ) 


I. M. Brandjord 


do 

do 






( 2 ) 


Gardner Cowles .. 


Iowa 




( 2 ) 


Jas. P. Goodrich 


do 


Ind 




( 2 ) 


W. B. Greeley... 


.. do 


Wash — 




( 2 ) 


Perry W. Jenkins .. 


do 

do 

do 


Wvo 




( 2 ) 


Rudolph Kuchler.. 


Ariz 




( 2 ) 


Geo. Horace Lorimer 


Pa 




( 2 ) 


Geo. W. Malone 


do 


Nev 




( 2 ) 


Elwood Mead 


.. do... 


Calif. . 




( 3 ) 




do... 


Colo 




( 2 ) 


I. H. Nash 


do... 


Idaho 




( 2 ) 


William Peterson 


do 


Utah— 




( 2 ) 


Mary Roberts Rinehart 


do 


D.C 




( 2 ) 


Huntley N. Spaulding.. 


do.. 


N.H 




( 2 ) 


R. K. Tiffany 


do 


Wash.— 




( 2 ) 


Wallace Townsend 


do 


Ark 




(*) 


E. C. VanPetten 


do „ 

.. do 


Oreg 




( 2 ) 


Francis C Wilson.. .. 


N.Mex.. 




(') 


Miss M. A. Schnurr.. 




Pa 


5th— 


( 4 ) 









1 Members rendered intermittent service between June 1930 and January 1931. 
was submitted to the President of the United States Jan. 16, 1931. 
1 $25 a day without any emoluments. 

* Salary carried as Commissioner of Reclamation. 

* Salary carried as assistant to Commissioner of Reclamation. 



The Committee report 



A CENTURY OF PROGRESS 

(The Chicago World's Fair Centennial Celebration) 
(Created by act of Congress, February 8, 1932, Public, No. 14, 72d Cong.) 



Harry S. New 

Col. W. B. Causey 

W. B. Yeager 

Edith McDowell Levy 
O. K. Inderlied 



United States Commissioner to a Century of 
Progress, Chicago, 111. 

Assistant commissioner, Chicago, 111 

Assistant secretary. 

Assistant secretary, Chicago, 111 

Disbursing officer, Chicago, 111 



Ind 

Ill 


4th and 
5th 


Va 




Tex 




D.C 









$10, 000 

8,000 
2,900 
2,900 
3,500 



10143—33- 



138 OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 





OFFICIAL TITLE 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Board of Commissioners 
Luther H. Reichelderfer 


Commissioner, president of Board 


D.C 




$9,000 


Herbert B. Crosby.. 


Commissioner 


D.C 




9,000 


Maj. John C. Gotwals, U.S. 


do... 


D.C 




0) 


Army. 

Maj. Paul A. Hodgson 

Capt. Howard F. Clark 








( a ) 


do 






( 3 ) 


First Lieut. Robert E. York.. 


do 






( 2 ) 


Executive Office 
Daniel E. Garges 


Secretary to Board 


D.C 




5,600 


Auditor's Office 
Daniel J. Donovan 


Auditor 


D.C 




9,000 


Arthur R. Pilkerton 




D.C 




4,600 


Simon McKimmie 




D.C 




3,400 


William G. Wilding 




D.C 




3,100 


Assessor's Office 
William P. Richards 


Assessor 


D.C 




7,500 


Charles A. Russell 


Deputy assessor 


D.C 




5,600 


Fred D. Allen 




D.C 




4,800 


Livingston S. Johnson 


do 

do 

do.. 


D.C 




4,800 


Edward B. Fletcher- 


D.C— . 




4,600 


Frank A. Gunther 


D.C 




4,800 


John T. Bardroff 


do 


D.C 




4,800 


Augustus Willige 


do 


D.C 




4,800 


Daniel H. Edwards 


do 

do 

do 


D.C 




4,800 


Lloyd F. Gaines 


D.C 




4,800 


Mary C. Fitzgerald 


D.C 




3,000 






D.C... . 




3,200 


Collector's Office 
C. M. Towers 


Collector of taxes 


D.C 




6,000 


W. D. Clark, Jr 




D.C 




3,000 


Purchasing Office 
Marion C. Hargrove.. 


Purchasing officer 


D.C 




5,400 


Melville D. Lindsay 




D.C 




3,300 


J. Thomas Kennedy 




D.C 




3,100 






D.C 




2,900 


Office of Corporation Counsel 
William W. Bride 




D.C 




9,000 


Vernon E. West 


Principal assistant corporation counsel 


Md 

Mass 

D.C 


6th.... 
11th... 


7,000 


William A. Roberts 


7,000 






6,000 




do . 


D.C 




4,800 


Walter L. Fowler 


do.. 


D.C 




5,600 


Edward W. Thomas 

William H. Wahly . 


do 

do 


Md 

D.C 


6th.— 


4,000 
3,800 


Elwood H. Seal 


do._ 


D.C 




3,200 




do 


D.C 




3,200 


T. Gillespie Walsh 


. do 


D.C 




3,200 




.. do .. 


D.C 




3,200 


Edward M. Welliver... 


.. do... 


D.C 




2,800 


Raymond Sparks 


.. do 


D.C 




2,600 




Chief Clerk 


D.C 




2,700 






D.C 




3,200 


Weights, Measures, and 
Markets 

George M. Roberts... 




D.C 




3,700 


W. C. Diller 


Chief Inspector 


D.C 




2,400 



1 Pay of rank plus so much as may be necessary to make salary $9,000. 
1 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



139 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Insurance Department 

Herbert L. Davis 

Charles F. Creighton 

Charles E. Conner_ 

Office of Veterinary 

Frederick W. Grenfell 

Coroner's Office 

(Vacancy) 

A. Magruder Macdonald 

Christopher J. Murphy, M.D 

Department of Vehicles and 
Traffic 



William A. Van Duzer. 

Maurice O. Eldridge 

Miles W. Bell- 



Free Public Library 



George F. Bowerman. 

Clara W. Herbert 

Helen L. Cavanagh... 

Grace B. Finney 

Emma Hance 

Louise P. Latimer 

Dora M. Pearson 

W. Taylor Purdum... 

Alvan C. Chaney 

Ralph L. Thompson.. 

Cecil J. McHale 

Frances S. Osborne. .. 
Rebecca P. Warner... 



Public Utilities Commission 

Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick, 
U.S. Army (retired). 

Riley E. Elgen.. 

Maj. John C. Gotwals 

Richmond B. Keech 

John M. Nicholson 

James L. Martin 

B. M. Bachman 

Fred A. Sager 

E. J. Milligan 



Engineer Department 



Roland M. Brennan. 
Harold W. Baker.... 



L. C. Wormington 

E. P. Brooke.. 

H. C. Whitehurst 

L. P. Robertson 

M. C. Hazen 

C. R. Whyte 

Clifford Lanham 

Walter E. Kern 

John Blake Gordon... 

A. D. Black 

Morris Hacker 

T. L. Costigan.. 

Douglas W. Holton... 

Hugh P. Oram 

John W. Oehmann 

Alfred R. McGonegal. 

J. S. Zebley 

8. G. Lindholm 

P. M. Greenlaw 



Superintendent 

Deputy Superintendent and Chief Examiner 
Deputy and Examiner 



Veterinary Surgeon_. 



D.C. 
D.C. 

Md_ 



D.C. 



Coroner 

Acting Coroner... 
Deputy Coroner. 



D.C. 
D.C. 



Director 

Assistant Director. 
Chief Clerk- 



D.C. 
D.C. 



Chief Librarian 

Assistant Librarian.. 

Chief Clerk and Assistant to Librarian 

Chief, circulation aud advisory service. 

Director, reference work 

Director, work wi;.h children 

Chief, catalog department 

Chief, acquisition^ department 

Superintendent, library buildingsandgrounds. 
Librarian, Mount Pleasant branch library... 

Librarian, Northeastern branch library 

Librarian, Southeastern branch library 

Librarian, Takoma Park branch library 



D.C. 

D.C. 

D.C. 

D.C. 

D.C. 

W.Va 

Minn... 

D.C. 

Md.. 

D.C. 

Va.__ 

D.C. 

D.C. 



2d.. 

4th. 



6th. 



Chairman- 



Vice Chairman- _. 

Commissioner _ 

People's Counsel 

Assistant to People's Counsel. 

Executive Secretary 

Accountant 

Chief Engineer 

Chief Clerk 



D.C 

D.C 
D.C. 
D.C. 

Md. 
Md. 
D.C 
D.C. 
Md. 



5th.... 



5th.... 



Chief Clerk 

Director of Construction and Acting Munici- 
pal Architect. 

Engineer in Charge, repair shop 

Assistant Superintendent, District Building- 
Director of Highways 

Engineer of Streets 

Surveyor 

Engineer of Bridges 

Superintendent of Trees and Parkings 

Electrical Engineer 

Director of Sanitary Engineering 

Engineer of Sewers 

Supervisor, city refuse 

Superintendent of Street Cleaning 

Superintendent of Water Division 

Director of Inspection 

Inspector of Buildings 

Inspector of Plumbing 

Chief Electrical Inspector 

Zoning Engineer 

Inspector of Steam Boilers... 



D.C. 
N.Y. 

Va._ 
D.C. 
D.C. 
Md. 
D.C 
D.C. 
D.C 
D.C 
D.C 
D.C. 
D.C 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C 
D.C. 
D.C 
D.C. 
D.C. 



38th. 



2d. 



20th. 



3 No additional compensation for service on this commission. 
* $180 per annum deducted for house. 



140 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 

dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Board of Education 




D.C. . 






Frank W. Ballou 




D.C .. 




$10, 000 


Stephen E. Kramer 




D.C 




6,000 


Garnet C. Wilkinson 


do 

do 


D.C 




6,000 


J. J. Crane 


D.C 




5,600 


E. C. Higbie 


President, Wilson Teachers College 


D.C... 
D.C 




5,200 


E. A. Clark. 


President, Miner Teachers College 


5,200 


Robert L. Haycock 


Assistant Superintendent 


D.C 




4,700 


A. K. Savoy 


do 


D.C ... 




4,300 




do.... 


D.C ... 




4,700 


Howard H. Long 


do 


D.C... 




4,700 




do 


D.C 




4,700 


Raymond 0. Wilmarth 


do 

Chief, Board of Examiners 


D.C .... 




4,700 


Mrs. M. H. Gropp 


D.C 




4,100 


Mrs. E. K. Peeples 


General Director Community Centers 


D.C 




3,400 




D.C 




3,500 


R. W. Holt 




D.C .. 




3,500 




Director School Attendance and Work 

Permits. 
Superintendent of Custodians 


D.C . 




3,500 


William McQueeney 


D.C 




3,200 






D.C 




4,500 




do 


D.C 




4,000 


Seldon M. Ely 


do 


D.C 




4,500 




do 


D.C 




4,500 




. do 


D.C 




4,500 




. do 


D.C 




4,500 


Mineola Kirkland 


do 

.. do - 


D.C 




4,200 




D.C 




4,200 


R. S. Anderson 




D.C . 




3,200 


Playground Department 
Sybil Baker 




D.C 




4,600 


Metropolitan Police Depart- 
ment 




D C 




8,000 


Frank S. W. Burke 




D C 




5,000 


Lewis I. H. Edwards 


do 


D.C 




5,000 


Albert J. Headley.. 


D.C... 




4,500 


Thaddeus R. Bean.. 


do 

do 


D.C 




4,500 




D.C... 
D C 





4,500 


Ogden T. Davis 


. do . 


4,500 


Benjamin A. Lamb 


do 


D.C 




4, 500 


William G. Stott 


D.C. . 




3,600 






D.C. . 




3,600 




__ do„ 


D.C . . 




3,600 


William E. Holmes 


__ do . 


D.C .. 




3.600 




do 

.. do 


D.C . 




3,600 




D.C 




3,600 




__ do 


D.C .. 




3, 600 


Edward J. Kelly -. 


do 

do 


D.C .. 




3,600 


Joseph C. Morgan 


D.C_. 




3,600 


Joseph W. Pierson 


do 


D.C... 




3,600 


James E. Bobo 


do 


D.C 




3,600 


Sidney J. Marks 


do 


D.C... 




3,600 


Bernard W. Thompson 


do 

. do 


D.C... 




3,600 


Richard H. Mansfield .. 


D.C 




3,600 


M. D. Smith 


do . 


D.C . 




3,600 






D.C . 




3,050 






D.C . 




3,050 




do 


D.C .. 




3, 050 


Charles J. Weber 


do 

do 


D.C... 




3,050 


McGill Grove 


D.C... 




3,050 


Edward T. Harney 


do 


D.C... 




3, 050 


W. H. Carlin 


do 


D.C... 




3,050 


J. T. Wittstatt 


do. 


D.C 




3,050 


A. C. Belt 


— do 


D.C 




3,050 




do 


D.C .. 




3,050 


0. J. Letterman 


do 

do 


D.C 




3,050 


J. J. Bourke 


D.C... 




3,050 


W. C. Balderson. 


do 


D.C... 




3,050 


J. C. Maloney 


do 


D.C 




3,050 


F. A. Varney 


do 


D.C 




3,050 


J. H. Fowler 


do 


D.C... 




3,060 



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141 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE 


Legal residence 


C om- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Metropolitan Police Depart- 
ment—Continued 




D.C 




$3, 050 


J. M. Roper 


do 


D.C 




3,050 


L. E. Kelly 


do 


D.C 




3,050 


W. 0. Embrey 


_ do 


D.C... 




3, 050 


B. R. King. 


„ do 


D.C 




3,050 


H. W. Lineburg 


__ do 


D.C 




3, 050 


H. Q. Callahan 


do 


DC... 




3, 050 


C. P. Cox 


do 


D.C... 




3, 050 


E. L. Eby 


. do 


D.C... 




3, 050 


J. H. Lee 


„ do 


D.C 




3,050 


J. W. McGinness 


do 

do 


D.C 




3, 050 




D.C... 




3,050 


A. E. Miller.. 


. do 


D.C_.. 




3. 050 


Emil Desch. 


_. do 


D.C... 




3,050 


I. E. Keck 


.. do 


D.C 




3,050 


G. M. Little 


do 


D.C .. 




3,050 


Fred Sandberg 


. do 


D.C... 




3, 050 


A. I. Bullock 


.. do 


D.C... 




3,050 


J. R. Jeffries 


do 


D.C... 
D.C . 




3, 050 
3 050 




do 


B. R. Kuehling 


do . 


D.C... 
D.C. 





3,050 
3,050 

8,000 


Clarence Talley 


__ do 


Fire Department 
George S. Watson 




D.C... 








D C 




5,000 
5,000 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 


Charles E. Schrom 




D C 




Edward R. Pierce 




D.C... 
D.C 





L. L. Woolard 




Edward O'Connor 


do 

.... do 


D.C 




Stephen T. Porter 


D.C 




4,500 
4, 500 


Charles W. Gill. 


.... do 


D.C... 




J. R. Groves 




D C 




4,500 
4, 500 


Andrew C. Buscher 


do... 


D.C 




P. J. Sullivan 


D.C 




4,500 
4,500 


Hubert F. McConnell 


do 

do 


D.C 




John B. Watt 


D.C... 




4, 500 

4 500 


Twyman S. Jones 


.. do . 


D C 








D.C 




4. 500 


Joseph B. Simms.. 


do 


D.C _ 




4,500 
4.5U0 




do 

do. 

.. do ... 


D.C 




Benjamin W. Weaver 


D.C 




4,500 


H. B. Barker 


D C 




4,500 
5,000 


Calvin G. Lauber 




D.C 




Otto E. Fearn 




D.C 




5,000 

7,000 
5,600 
3 200 


Health Department 
William C. Fowler 




D.C 




Edward J. Schwartz 


Assistant health officer 


D.C . 




Arthur G. Cole.. 




D C 




J. Frank Butts 




D.C 




2,600 
4 600 


Reid R. Ashworth 




D.C 




John B. Reed 


Chemist. 


D.C 




4,600 
3,200 
4 800 


Jesse P. Porch 




D C 




John E. Noble 




D.C 




James G. Cumming 


director of bacteriological laboratories. 
Chief medical and sanitary inspector of pub- 


D.C 




4,600 


Hugh J. Davis 


D.C 




2 800 


Joseph A. Murphy 


D.C 

D C 





4 80O 


John H. Milligan 


2 500 


Edwin R. Donaldson 




D.C... 
D.C 




3,800 
3,080 


Walter R. Smith 


Poundmaster 


Commission on Licensure to 
Practice Healing Art 

Luther H. Reichelderfer 


President (president, Board of Commission- 
ers, DC). 

Vice president (superintendent of schools, 
D.C.). 

Secretary- treasurer (health officer, D.C.) 


D.C... 




( 3 ) 
( 3 ) 
(*) 


Dr. Frank W. Ballou 


D.C 




Dr. William C. Fowler 


D.C 





' No additional salary for service on this commission. 



142 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Commission on Licensure to 
Practice Healing Art— Con. 


Member (United States Commissioner of 

Education). 
Member (United States attorney for District 

of Columbia). 


D.C 




(*) 


Leo A. Rover 


D.C 




( s ) 


Police Court 
Gus A. Scbuldt 


D.C 




i« $8, 000 


John P. McMahon 


Associate judge 


D.C 




»o 8, 000 




do. 


D.C 




'• 8, 000 




do.... 


D.C... 




">8,000 






D.C... 




3,800 






D.C ... 




2,500 


Juvenile Court 
Kathryn Sellers 


Judge 


D.C 




i« 7, 000 


C. F. Sellers 


Clerk of the court 


D.C... 
D.C 




2,600 


Jeannette Ezekiels . 


Chief probation officer 


3,200 


Municipal Court 
George C. Aukam 


Presiding judge 


D.C 




'0 8, 000 


Nathan Cayton 


Judge 


D.C 




'0 8, 000 


Robert E Mattingly 


do... 


D.C 




io 8, 000 


James A. Cobb .. 


do 


D.C 




i» 8, 000 


Mary O'Toole 


do 


D.C 




'0 8, 000 


Blanche Neff 


Clerk 


D.C 




3,500 


Board of Public Welfare 
George S. Wilson 


Director of public welfare 


D.C 




8,000 


Paul L. Kirby 


Assistant director of public welfare 


Md 




5,600 


Mary Pratt Allen 


Administrative assistant 


DC 




3, 200 


Richard F. Tobin 


Medical officer 


D.C 




3,400 


A. Patricia Morss 


Chief, Division of Child Welfare 


D.C 




3,200 


Penal Institutions 
Morris M. Barnard 


General Superintendent, Lorton, Va_ 


D.C 




« 6, 000 


(Vacancy) 


Superintendent, jail 






«4.400 


Arthur L. Petitt 


Superintendent, workhouse, Occoquan, Va... 

Superintendent, reformatory, Lorton, Va 

Superintendent, National Training School 

for Girls. 
Superintendent, National Training School 

for Boys. 

Superintendent, Tuberculosis Hospital 

Superintendent, Gallinger Municipal Hos- 
pital . 

Superintendent, District Training School, 
Annapolis Junction, Md. 

Superintendent, Industrial Home School for 
Colored Children. 

Superintendent, Industrial Home School 

Superintendent, Home for the Aged and 
Infirm. 

Superintendent, Municipal Lodging House - . 

Superintendent, Temporary Home for Union 
ex Soldiers and Sailors. 

Superintendent, Receiving Home for Children. 


D.C 




« 4, 200 


W. L. Peak... 


D.C 




» 4, 600 


Lottie R. Richardson . 


D.C 




'3,000 


Claude D. Jones 


D.C 

D.C 




" 5, 000 


Hospitals, Homes, etc. 

Joseph Winthrop Peabody 

Dr. Edgar A. Bocock 


«4,600 


D.C... 




«7,500 


Kenneth B. Jones .. 


D.C 




• 6, 000 


Wendell P. Tucker 


D.C 




» 2, 900 


Earl W. Cassie.... 


D.C 




'3,000 


Frank B. ITaskelL 


D.C 

D.C 




•3,500 


Henry A. Koch . 


M.800 


T. A. Hudlow... 


D.C... 




' 2, 100 


E. S. Arnold 


D.C 

D.C 





'2,400 


Parole Board 


None 


Hugh F. Rivers... 


Secretary 


D.C 




2,300 



* No additional salary for service on this commission. 
» Less $300 for house. 

« Less $600 for house. 
i Less $300 for maintenance and quarters. 

' The National Training School for Boys is under the control of the Attorney General, and provision for 
its support is made in the appropriation act for the Department of Justice. 

• Less $500 for house. 

10 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the constitution be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm.) 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



143 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Examining Boards 




D.C 




Fees 






D.C 






Dr. Harry E Osborn... 


President, Board of Dental Examiners.. 

President, Board of Veterinary Examiners.. . 
President, Nurses' Examining Board 


DC 






John R. Mohler.. 


D.C 








D.C 




Fees 


M. A. Leese 


President, Board of Optometry 


D.C 




Fees 


Augustus C. Taylor.. 


President, Board of Pharmacy 


D.C 




Fees 


L. M. Leisenring 


President, Board of Examiners, of Architects- 
Secretary, Board of Examiners of Steam En- 
gineers. 
Chairman, Board for Condemnation of In- 
sanitary Buildings. 


D.C 




Fees 




D.C... 




$150 


.Maj. Paul A. Hodgson, U.S. 






( u ) 


Army. 
Robert J. Barrett 


D.C 

Del ... 




150 


Recorder of Deeds 
Jefferson S. Coage.. 




5, f)00 


Margaret M. Killeen.. 




D.C... 




3,500 


(Vacancy) 








2,900 


Register of Wills " 
Theodore Cogswell 




N.Y 




fi.400 


Victor S. Mersch 




D.C... 




4,800 













11 Pay of rank; see Army pay tables in appendix. 

»* The register of wills, as clerk of the probate court, is an officer of the Supreme Court of the District of 
Columbia, which has probate jurisdiction for the District. 

AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS 

President.— Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States. 

Vice presidents.— Herbert Hoover; Charles Evans Hughes, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

Chairman— John Barton Payne. National Red Cross, Washington, D.C. 

Counselor.— James Crawford Biggs, Solicitor General. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C 

Treasurer— Dean Q. Acheson, Undersecretary of Treasury. Washington, D.C. 

Secretary— Miss Mabel T. Boardman, 1801 P Street, Washington, D.C 

Central committee members.— John Barton Payne, chairman. Washington, D.C; Mrs. August Belmont, 
New York City, N.Y.; Cornelius N. Bliss, New York City, N.Y., Mabel T. Boardman, Washington, 
D.C; Mrs. Henry P. Davison, Locust Valley, N.Y., Samuel Knight, San Francisco, Calif.; Maj. Gen. 
Robert U. Patterson, Washington, D.C; Gustavus D. Pope, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Henry R. Rea, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.; George E. Scott, Chicago 111.; Henry Upsom Sims, Birmingham, Ala.; James C. Biggs, 
Washington, DC; Eliot Wadsworth, Boston, Mass.; William Fortune, Indianapolis, Ind.; William 
Phillips, Washington, D.C; Rear Admiral Perceval S. Rossiter, Wasnington, D.C; Alfred E. Smith, 
New York City, N.Y 

Vice chairmen.— James L. Fieser, Washington, D.C, in charge of dumestic operations; Ernest P. Bick- 
nell, Washington, D.C, in charge of insular and foreign operations; James K. McClintock, vice chairman 
in charge of finance. 

The American National Red Cross is organized to furnish volunteer aid to the sick and wounded of 
armies in time of war, to act in matters of voluntary relief with similar national societies of other govern- 
ments through the international committee and the Government, to carry on a system of national and 
international relief in time of peace for mitigating the suffering caused by pestilence, famine, fire, floods, 
and other great national calamities; and generally to promote measures of humanity and welfare. The 
work of the Red Cross in the United States is carried on largely through the chapter, the local unit of organi- 
sation. The national headquarters are located at Washington, D.C It receives no direct Federal appro- 
priation, its activities being maintained by voluntary contributions and donations. In accordance with 
the terms of its charter, it reports annually to the Secretary of War, and its accounts are audited by the 
War Department. 

WASHINGTON NATIONAL MONUMENT 
SOCIETY 

[Organized 1833, chartered 1859; acts of Congress August 2, 1876; October 2, 1888] 

President ex officio.— The President of the United States. 

Vice presidents ex officio.— The governors of the several States. 

Ftrtt rice president.— Willis Van Devanter, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States 

Second vice president.- Charles C Glover, Washington, D.C 

Treasurer.- Theodore W. Noyes, Washington, D.C 

Secretary.— William R. Harr, Investment Building, Washington, D.C. 

Other members— Herbert Putnam, Librarian of Congress; Admiral Willard H. Brownson, United States 
Navy; Lt. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, United States Army, Frederick H. Gillett; Rev. James E Freeman; 
Frederic A. Delano; George E. Hamilton; Rev. Dr Charles Wood; John Barton Payne; Robert Walton 
Moore; Logan Hay; Gilbert H. Grosvenor. 



144 OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 

COMMISSION FOR CELEBRATION OF TWO 
HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF BIRTH OF 
GEORGE WASHINGTON 

Senators.— Simeon D. Fess, Ohio, vice chairman; Arthur Capper, Kansas; Carter Glass, Virginia; Millard 
E. Tydings, Maryland. 

Representatives.— Willis C. Hawley, Oregon; John Q. Tilson, Connecticut; R. Walton Moore, Virginia; 
Joseph W. Byrns, Tennessee. 

Presidential commissioners.— Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, Pennsylvania; Mrs. John Dickinson Sherman, 
Colorado; Henry Ford, Michigan; Joseph Scott, California; C. Bascom Slemp, Virginia; Wallace McCa- 
mant, Oregon; Prof. Albert Bushnell Hart, Massachusetts; (vacancy). 

Ex officio commissioners.— President of the United States, chairman; President of the United States 
Senate; Speaker of the House of Representatives. 

Historian.— Prof. Albert Bushnell Hart, Massachusetts. 

Executive secretary.— William Tyler Page, Maryland. 

Director.— Hon. Sol Bloom, New York. 

PAN AMERICAN UNION 

Director General— I,. S. Rowe. 

Assistant director.— E. Gil Borges. 

Counselor.— Franklin Adams. 

Foreign trade adviser.— William A. Reid. 

Chief clerk— William V. Griffin. 

The Pan American Union (formerly International Bureau of the American Republics) is the official 
international organization of all the Republics of the Western Hemisphere, founded and maintained by 
them for the purpose of exchanging mutually useful information and fostering commerce, intercourse, 
friendship, and peace. It is supported through their joint contributions, each nation annually paying 
that part of the budget of expenses which its population bears to the total population of all the republics. 
Its general control is vested in a governing board made up of the representatives in Washington of all the 
Latin-American governments and the Secretary of State of the United States. It is strictly international 
in its scope, purpose, and control, and each nation has equal authority in its administration. The Pan 
American Union occupies and owns a monumental building on extensive grounds in Washington, D.C, 
overlooking the White House park. 

PAN AMERICAN SANITARY BUREAU 

Honorary director.— Br. Carlos Enrique Paz Soldan, Lima, Peru. 

Director.— Surg. Gen. Hugh S. Cumming, United States Public Health Service, Washington, D.C. 

Assistant to the director. — Medical Director Bolivar J. Lloyd, United States Public Health Service, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Vice director.— (Vacancy). 

Scientific editor and chief translator.— Dr. Aristides A. Moll, Washington, D.C. 

Members Directing Council.— Dr. Joao Pedro de Albuquerque, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Dr. Solon Nunez 
F., San Jose, Costa Rica; Dr. Ramon Baez Soler, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; Dr. Justo F. 
Gonzalez, Montevideo, Uruguay. 

Secretary. — Dr. Sebastian Lorente, Santiago, Chile. 

Traveling representative.— Medical Director John D. Long, United States Public Health Service. 

The Pan American Sanitary Bureau was established in accordance with a resolution of the Second Inter- 
national Conference of American States, held in the city of Mexico, 1901-2, under the name of Internationa] 
Sanitary Bureau. The Fifth International American Conference, held in Chile in 1923, changed the name 
to Pan American Sanitary Bureau. It was established upon a treaty basis by the Seventh Pan American 
Sanitary Conference, which met in Habana, Cuba, in 1924. The Bureau works in close cooperation with 
the Pan American Union, health authorities of the American Republics and international sanitary bodies 
and acts as a clearing house for sanitary information and as a central coordinating sanitary agency for the 
Western Hemisphere. The Bureau publishes a monthly bulletin containing sections in Spanish, Portu- 
guese, and French, as well as other publications in those languages, and occasionally in English, copies of 
which can be had on application. 

Post-office address: Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Pan American Union, Washington, D.C. 

COLUMBIA INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF 

Patron ex officio.— Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States. 

President.— Percival Hall, Kendall Green, Washington, D.C. 

Directors.— Royal S. Copeland, Senator from New York; Sol Bloom, Representative from New York; 
Ernest W. Gibson, Representative from Vermont; Theodore W. Noyes, Frederic A. Delano, and H. C. 
Newcomer, citizens of the District of Columbia; Ernest G. Draper, citizen of New York; William E. 
Humphrey, citizen of Washington; Knight Dunlap, citizen of Maryland; the president and the secretary 
of the institution. 

Secretary.— Rev. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, Washington, D.C. 

Treasurer.— John Poole, Washington, D.C. 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf is a corporation established in 1857 by private enterprise. It is now 
maintained by direct appropriations by Congress, by tuition fees, and by endowment. The act of Con- 
gress in 1857 incorporating the institution allowed $150 per annum from the United States Treasury for each 
indigent pupil from the District of Columbia. In 1858 Congress granted $3,000 a year for five years for 
salaries and incidental expenses of the institution, and authorized free admission of deaf and dumb or blind 
children of men in the military or naval service of the United States. In 1865 Congress provided for the 
transfer of the blind children and removed the words "and the blind" from the corporate name of the 
institution. In 1864 Congress authorized the institution to confer collegiate degrees. With this new 
departure Congress made a considerable increase in its annual grants and provided that a limited number 
of students be admitted to the collegiate department from the several States and Territories free of charge 
The number of students thus admitted free was at first 10; the number has been increased by acts of Con- 
gress until now it is 125. In 1887 the college was opened to young women and in 1891 a department for the 
training of hearing teachers of the deaf was established. 



JUDICIAL 



145 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 



WASHINGTON, D.G. 





OFFICIAL TITLE 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 

• 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion i 


Charles Evans Hughes 




N.Y 




$20, 500 




Wyo 




20,000 


James Clark McReynolds 


do 

do 


Tenn... 




20,000 


Mass 




20,000 




.do... 


Utah.... 




20,000 


Pierce Butler 


...do— 


Minn 




20,000 




do 


N.Y... 




20, 000 




do . 


Pa 




20,000 


Benjamin N. Cardozo 

Charles Elmore Cropley 

Frank Key Green. .. 


do 

Clerk 


N.Y 




20,000 


D.C 




6,000 




D.C 




5,500 


Ernest Knaebel 


Reporter 


Cold 




8,000 













1 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm .) 

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion > 


First Circuit 

Maine, Massachusetts, New 
Hampshire, Rhode Island, 
Puerto Rico 

George H. Bingham 


Circuit judge, Manchester, N.H 


N.H . 




$12, 500 


Scott Wilson 


Circuit judge, Portland, Me 






12,500 


James M. Morton, Jr 


Circuit judge, New Bedford, Mass 


Mass 




12,500 


Arthur I. Charron 








5,600 


Second Circuit 

Connecticut, New York, 
Vermont 

Julian W. Mack 2 . 


Circuit judge, New York, N.Y. 


111 




12,500 


Martin A. Manton 


do... 


N.Y... 




12,500 


Learned Hand... 


do 


N.Y 




12,500 


Thomas W. Swan... 








12,500 


Augustus N. Hand 


Circuit judge, New York, N.Y.. 


N.Y... 




12, 500 


Harrie Brigham Chase 


Circuit judge, Brattleboro, Vt 


vt. 




12, 500 


William Parkin 


Clerk, New York, N.Y 


N.Y 




5,600 


Third Circuit 

Delaware, New Jersey, 
Pennsylvania 

Joseph Buffington 


Circuit judge, Pittsburgh, Pa . 


Pa . 




12,500 


Victor B. Woolley 


Circuit judge, Wilmington, Del 


Del... 




12,500 


J. Warren Davis 


Circuit judge, Trenton, N.J. . 


N.J 




12,500 


J. Whitaker Thompson 


Circuit judge, Philadelphia, Pa 


Pa... 




12, 500 


William P. Rowland... 


Clerk, Philadelphia, Pa 


Pa 




5,600 



1 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm.) 

2 Assigned to second and sixth circuits. 

147 



148 



OFFICIAL KEGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion! 


Fourth Circuit 










Maryland, North Carolina, 
South Carolina, Virginia, 
West Virginia 










John J. Parker 


Circuit judge, Charlotte, N.C 


N.C 




$12, 500 


Elliott Northcott 




W.Va... 




12,500 






Md 




12, 500 


Claude M. Dean 


Clerk, Richmond, Va 


Va 




5,600 


Fifth Circuit 










Alabama, Florida, Georgia, 
Louisiana, Mississippi, 
Texas, Canal Zone 














Fla 




12, 500 


Rufus E. Foster 




La 




12, 500 


Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr 

Samuel H. Sibley , 




Tex 




12,500 




Ga 




12, 500 


Oakley F. Dodd 




La 




5,600 


Sixth Circuit 










Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, 
Tennessee 










Julian W. Mack » 


Circuit judge New York, N.Y 


Ill 




12 50O 


Charles H. Moorman . . 




Ky 




12,500 




Circuit judge, Knoxville, Tenn 


Tenn 




12, 500 






Ohio 




12, 500 






Mich.... 




12, 500 
15, 600 






Ohio 




Seventh Circuit 








Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin 














HI 




12 500 






Wis 




12 500 






Ind 




12 500 






Ill 




12,500 
L5.600 


Frederick G. Campbell 




Ill 




Eighth Circuit 








Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, 
Missouri, Nebraska, North 
Dakota, South Dakota 












Circuit judge, Kansas City, Mo 


Mo 




12 500 










12 500 






S.Dak.. 




12 600 


John B. Sanborn... _ 


Circuit judge, St. Paul, Minn.. 


Minn... 




12,500 


Joseph W. Woodrough 

Egmont Eugene Koch 

Ninth Circuit 




Nebr-.. 




12,500 




Mo 




5 600 










Arizona, California, Idaho, 
Montana, Nevada, Oregon, 
Washington, Alaska, Hawaii 










Curtis D. Wilbur 


Circuit judge, San Francisco, Calif 


Calif— 




12,500 


William H. Sawtelle. . 




Ariz 




12,500 


Francis A. Garrecht 




Wash... 




12,500 






Nev 




12 500 


Paul P. O'Brien 




Calif.— 




5,600 


Tenth Circuit 










Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, 
Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming 














Colo 




12, 500 
12,500 


Orie L. Phillips .. 




Colo 








Kans 




12, 500 
12, 500 


Sam Gilbert Bratton 


Circuit judge, Albuquerque, N.Mex 


N.Mex.. 




Albert Trego 


Clerk, Denver, Colo 


Colo 




5,600 













1 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See p. vm.) 
3 Assigned to second and sixth circuits. 



OFFICIAL REGISTEE OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 



149 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Alabama 

Northern District 

Willam I. Grubb.. 

William S. Lovell 

Jim C. Smith 

Thomas J. Kennamer 

Middle and Northern Districts 

Charles B. Kennamer 

Middle District 

Oliver D. Street, Jr 

Arthur B. Chilton 

Douglas Smith 

Southern District 

Robert T. Ervin.. 

Virgil C. Griffin 

Alexander C. Birch — 

James A. Stafford 

Alaska 

Division No. 1 

Geo. F. Alexander 

Robert E. Coughlin 

Wm. A. Holzheimer 

Albert White 

Division No. 2 

Lester O. Gore 

Thomas D. Jensen 

Leroy M. Sullivan.. 

Thomas Gaffney. 

Division No. S 

Cecil H. Clegg 

Robert W. Taylor 

Joseph W. Kehoe 

Harvey P. Sullivan 

Division No. 4 

E. Coke Hill. 

N. H. Castle.. 

Ralph J. Rivers 

Joseph A. McDonald 

Arizona 

F. C.Jacobs 

Albert M. Sames 

J. Lee Baker 

Clifton Mathews 

George A. Mauk. 

Arkansas 



Eastern District 

John E. Martineau 

Sidney B. Redding 

Wallace Townsend 

George L. Mallory 

Western District 

Heartsill Ragon.. 

William S. Wellshear... 

William N. Ivie 

Cooper Hudspeth 



District judge, Birmingham 

Clerk, Birmingham 

District attorney, Birmingham. 
Marshal, Birmingham 

District judge, Montgomery. . . 

Clerk, Montgomery 

District attorney, Montgomery 
Marshal, Montgomery.. 

District judge, Mobile 

Clerk, Mobile 

District attorney, Mobile 

Marshal, Mobile 



District judge, Juneau 

Clerk, Juneau 

District attorney, Juneau... 
Marshal, Juneau 

District judge, Nome 

Clerk, Nome 

District attorney, Nome 

Marshal, Nome.. 

District judge, Valdez 

Clerk, Valdez 

District attorney, Seward ... 
Marshal, Valdez 

District judge, Fairbanks. .. 

Clerk, Fairbanks 

District attorney, Fairbanks 
Marshal, Fairbanks 

District judge, Phoenix 

District judge, Tucson 

Clerk, Phoenix... 

District attorney, Tucson ... 
Marshal, Phoenix 



District judge, Little Rock 

Clerk, Little Rock.. 

District attorney, Little Rock. 
Marshal, Little Rock 



District judge, Fort Smith 

Clerk, Fort Smith 

District attorney, Fort Smith. 
Marshal, Fort Smith 



Ala. 




Alaska. 



1 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vin.) 



150 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Corn- 



California 

Northern District 



Frank H. Kerrigan 

Adolphus Frederick St. Sure. 

Harold Louderback 

Walter B. Maling 

Henry H. McPike 

Frederick L. Esola 



Southern District 



William P. James... 
Paul J. McCormick. 

George Cosgrave 

Harry E. Hollzer... 
R. S. Zimmerman... 

Peirson M. Hall 

Robert E. Clark 



Canal Zone 2 

Richard Curd Pope Thomas. 

China 



(Vacancy) 

Wm. T. Collins. 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy) 



Colorado 



John Foster Symes. 
Charles W. Bishop. 
Thos. J. Morrissey. 
Charles A. Patton.. 



Connecticut 



Edwin S. Thomas. 
Carroll C. Hincks.. 
Charles E. Pickett. 

John Buckley 

Jacob D. Walter... 



Delaware 



John P. Nields 

Henry C. Mahaffy, Jr. 

Leonard E. Wales 

Charles Hanratty 



District of Columbia 



Leo A. Rover 

Edgar C. Snyder. 



Florida 

Northern District 



William B. Sheppard. 
Frederick W. Marsh.. 

Geo. E. Hoffman 

William W. Harrison. 



Southern District 

Alexander Akerman 

Halsted L. Ritter 

Louie W. Strum 

Edwin R. Williams 

John W. Holland.. 

Charles N. Hildreth, Jr. 



District judge, San Francisco. 
....do 



.do. 



Clerk, San Francisco 

District attorney, San Francisco. 
Marshal, San Francisco 



District judge, Los Angeles. 
do. 



District judge, Fresno... 

District judge, Los Angeles 

Clerk, Los Angeles 

District attorney, Los Angeles. 
Marshal, Los Angeles 



District judge. 



Judge 

Clerk 

District attorney . 
Marshal 



District judge, Denver 

Clerk, Denver 

District attorney, Denver. 
Marshal, Denver 



District judge, Columbia... 
District judge, New Haven. 

Clerk, New Haven 

District attorney, Hartford- 
Marshal, New Haven 



District judge, Wilmington 

Clerk, Wilmington 

District attorney, Wilmington. 
Marshal, Wilmington. 



District attorney, D.C. 
Marshal, D.C 



District judge, Pensacola 

Clerk, Pensacola 

District attorney, Pensacola. 
Marshal, Pensacola 



District judge, Tampa 

District judge, Miami 

District judge, Jacksonville 

Clerk, Jacksonville 

District attorney, Jacksonville. 
Marshal, Jacksonville. 



Calif. 
Calif- 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 



Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif- 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 



Ky. 



Mo. 



Colo. 
Colo. 
Colo. 
Colo. 



Conn. 
Conn. 
Conn. 
Conn. 
Conn. 



Del. 
Del. 
Del. 
Del. 



D.C. 
D.C. 



Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 



Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla. 



1 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm.) 

2 See The Panama Canal, p. 112. 



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151 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Georgia 

Northern District 

E. Marvin Underwood- 
Jon D. Steward 

Clint W.Hager 

Louis H. Crawford 



Middle District 



District judge, Atlanta 

Clerk, Atlanta 

District attorney, Atlanta. 
Marshal, Atlanta. _. 



Ga. 

Ga. 
Ga. 

Ga. 



Bascom S. Deaver. 
George F. White. .. 

T. Hoyt Davis 

Edward B. Doyle- 



District judge, Macon — 

Clerk, Macon... 

District attorney, Macon. 
Marshal, Macon 



Ga. 
Ga. 
Ga, 
Ga, 



Southern District 



William H. Barrett. 
Scott A. Edwards. 



Charles L. Redding District attorney, Savannah. 

G. Fred Flanders Marshal, Savannah — 



Hawaii 

Supreme Court 



Antonio M. Perry 

James J. Banks 

Charles F. Parsons... 
James A. Thompson. 
Norman D. Godbold. 

Albert M. Cristy 

Charles S. Davis 

Edward M. Watson- 



Daniel H. Case 

James Wesley Thompson. 

Homer L. Ross 

William C. Achi, Jr 

A. B. Restarick 

Manuel Asue 

Thomas C. White 

A. K. Aona 

Joseph C. Cullen 



District Court 



William B. Lymer 

Edward K. Massee 

William F. Thompson, Jr. 

Sanford B. D. Wood 

Oscar P. Cox 



District judge, Augusta. 
Clerk, Savannah. 



Chief justice, Honolulu 

Associate justice, Honolulu... 

.— do 

Clerk, Honolulu - 

Judge, first circuit, Honolulu . 
do 



.do. 



Judge, first circuit, Honlulu (division of 
domestic relations). 

Judge, second circuit, Wailuku, Maui 

Judge, third circuit, Kailua 

Judge, fourth circuit, Hilo 

Judge, fifth circuit, Lihue 

Clerk, first circuit, Honolulu 

Clerk, second circuit, Wailuku, Maui.. 

Clerk, third circuit, Kailua 

Clerk, fourth circuit, Hilo 

Clerk, fifth circuit, Lihue ._ 



Idaho 

Charles C. Cavanah. 
W. D. McReynolds. 

John A. Carver 

George E. Mefian... 



Illinois 

Northern District 



James H. Wilkerson. 

Charles Edgar Woodward 

John P. Barnes 

(Vacancy) 

(Vacancy)... 

Charles M. Bates 

Dwight H. Green 

Henry C. W. Laubenheimer. 



Judge, Honolulu 

—.do 

Clerk, Honolulu 

District attorney, Honolulu. 
Marshal, Honolulu 




District judge, Boise 

Clerk, Boise 

District attorney, Boise. 
Marshal, Boise 



10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10, 000 

7,000 
10,000 

7,500 

1 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diTninished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm.) 



District judge, Chicago.... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Clerk, Chicago 

District attorney, Chicago. 
Marshal, Chicago 



Idaho . 
Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Idaho. 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion! 


Illinois— Continued 










Eastern District 










Walter C. Lindley 


District judge, Danville.. 


ni 




$10,000 


Fred L. Wham. 


District judge, East St. Louis 


in 




10,000 


Douglas H Reed 




in 




5,000 


Paul F. Jones 




in 




6,000 


Arthur M. Burke 


Marshal, Danville 


in 




5,000 


Southern District 










J. Earl Major 


District judge 


in 




10,000 


Charles G. Briggle 


District judge, Springfield 


in 




10, 000 


Samuel T. Burnett 


Clerk, Springfield 


in 




5,200 


Frank K. Lemon 


District attorney, Springfield 


in 




6,000 


Paul E. Ruppel 


Marshal, Springfield 


in 




4,800 


Indiana 










Northern District 










Thomas W. Slick 


District judge, South Bend 


Ind 




10, 000 


Mrs. Margaret L. Cowgill 


Clerk, South Bend 


Ind 




4,600 




Ind 




6,000 






Ind 




4,600 


Southern District 










Robert C. Baltzell. 


District judge, Indianapolis 


Ind 




10, 000 






Ind 




4,600 






Ind 




6,000 


Alf. 0. Meloy 




Ind 




5,000 


Iowa 










Northern District 










George C. Scott 




Iowa 




10,000 


Lee McNeely 




Iowa 




4,800 


Harry M. Reed 




Iowa 




6,000 






Iowa 




4,800 


Southern District 










Charles A. Dewey 




Iowa 




10, 000 


Nicholas F. Reed 




Iowa 




5,400 


Robert W. Colflesh 




Iowa 




6,000 


Fred S. Hird 




Iowa 




4,800 


Kansas 










Richard J. Hopkins 




Kans— .. 




10, 000 


John C. Pollock 




Kans 




10, 000 


W. G. West 


Clerk, Topeka 


Kans 




5,600 


Sardius M. Brewster - 




Kans 




6,000 










4,800 


Kentucky 










Eastern District 














Ky. 




10,000 


S. W. Stacey 




Ky 




5,800 






Ky 




7,000 


James H. Hammons 




Ky 




5,800 


Western District 










Charles I. Dawson 




Ky 




10,000 


Lilburn Phelps 




Ky. 




5,600 






Ky .. 




6,000 


Francis M. McCain 


Marshal, Louisville 


Ky 




5,000 



1 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
-during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm.) 



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153 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Louisiana 

Eastern District 



Wayne G. Borah. 

H. J. Carter 

Wm. H. Norman. 
Tom W. Dutton. 



Western District 

Benjamin C. Dawkins.. 

William Burch Lee 

Philip II. Mecom 

George W. Montgomery. 



Maine 



John A. Peters 

John F. Knowlton. 
Frederick R. Dyer. 
Burton Smith 



Maryland 

William C. Coleman. 
W. Calvin Chestnut. 
Arthur L. Spamer... 
Simon E. Sobeloff— . 
August Klecka— 



Massachusetts 



James Arnold Lowell. 
Elisha H. Brewster.. 
HughD. McLellan.. 

James S. Allen 

Frederick H. Tarr 

William J. Keville... 



Michigan 

Eastern District 



Arthur J. Tuttle 

Edward J. Moinet 

Ernest A. O'Brien 

Elmer W. Voorheis... 
Gregory H. Frederick. 
John H. Grogan 



Western District 



Fred M. Raymond. 

Orrie J. Sluiter 

Fred C. Wetmore- 
Martin Brown 



Minnesota 



Robert C. Bell 

Joseph W. Molyneaux. 
Gunnar H. Nordbye... 

Matthew M. Joyce 

Margaret L. Mullane.. 

George F. Sullivan 

Bernard Anderson 



Mississippi 

Northern District 



Allen Cox 

B. G. Lowrey.. 
Lester G. Fant. 
Kinloch Owen. 



District judge, New Orleans 

Clerk, New Orleans 

District attorney, New Orleans. 
Marshal, New Orleans 



District judge, Monroe 

Clerk, Shreveport .. 

District attorney, Shreveport. 
Marshal, Shreveport 



District judge, Bangor 

Clerk, Portland 

District attorney, Portland. 
Marshal, Portland 



District judge, Baltimore 

....do 

Clerk, Baltimore 

District attorney, Baltimore. 
Marshal, Baltimore 



District judge, Boston 

District judge, Springfield. 

District judge, Boston 

Clerk, Boston.. 

District attorney, Boston. 
Marshal, Boston... 



District judge, Detroit 

do 

.—do 

Clerk, Detroit 

District attorney, Detroit. 
Marshal, Detroit 



District judge, Grand Rapids 

Clerk, Grand Rapids. 

District attorney, Grand Rapids. 
Marshal, Grand Rapids... 



District judge, Duluth 

District judge, Minneapolis. 
do 

District judge, St. Paul 

Clerk, St. Paul 

District attorney, St. Paul.. 
Marshal, St. Paul 



District judge, Aberdeen 

Clerk, Oxford 

District attorney, Clarksdale. 
Marshal, Oxford 



Maine. 
Maine. 
Maine. 
Maine- 



Mass. 



Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 



Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 



Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn. 



Miss. 
Miss. 
Miss. 
Miss. 




" Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vin.) 



10143—33- 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Mississippi— Continued 

Southern District 

Edwin R. Holmes 

Benjamin L. Todd, Jr 

R. M. Bourdeaux 

R. L. Simpson 

Missouri 

Eastern District 



Charles B. Faris , 

Charles B. Davis 

James J. O'Connor 

Louis H. Breuer 

Theodore W. Hukriede. 

Western District 



Albert L. Reeves 

Merrill E. Otis 

Anthony L. Arnold 

William L. Vandeventer. 
AsaW. Butler 



Montana 

George M. Bourquin... 

Charles N. Pray 

C. R. Garlow... 

Wellington D. Rankin. 
Rolla Duncan 



Nebraska 

Thomas C. Munger. 
James A. Donohoe.. 

R. C. Hoyt 

Charles E. Sandall.. 
Valentine J. Peter. .. 



Nevada 

William Woodbuin. 

E. O. Patterson 

Harry H. Atkinson. 
(Vacancy)... 



New Hampshire 



George F. Morris 

Thomas B. Donnelly. 
Raymond U. Smith.. 
Alfred J. Chretien 



New Jersey 



William Clark 

Guy L. Fake 

John B. Avis. 

Phillip Forman... 

George T. Cranmer 

Harlan Besson 

Frederick C. Schneider. 



New Mexico 



Colin Neblett 

Wm. D. Bryars... 

Wm. J. Barker 

Joseph F. Tondre. 



District judge, Jackson 

Clerk, Jackson 

District attorney, Meridian 
Marshal, Jackson 



District judge, St. Louis. 
do 



Clerk, St. Louis 

District attorney, St. Louis. 
Marshal, St. Louis 



District judge, Kansas City. 
do 



Clerk, Kansas City 

District attorney, Kansas City. 
Marshal, Kansas City 



District judge, Butte 

District judge, Great Falls. 

Clerk, Helena 

District attorney, Helena.. 
Marshal, Helena 



District judge, Lincoln 

District judge, Omaha 

Clerk, Omaha 

District attorney, Omaha. 
Marshal, Omaha 



District judge, Reno 

Clerk, Carson City 

District attorney, Reno. 
Marshal, Carson City... 



District judge, Littleton... 

Clerk, Concord 

District attorney, Concord. 
Marshal, Concord 



District judge, Trenton 

District judge, Newark 

District judge, Camden 

District judge, Trenton 

Clerk, Trenton 

District attorney, Trenton. 
Marshal, Trenton 



District judge, Santa Fe 

Clerk, Santa Fe 

District attorney, Albuquerque. 
Marshal, Santa Fe 



Miss. 
Miss. 
Miss. 
Miss. 



Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 



Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 
Mo. 



Mont. 
Mont. 
Mont. 
Mont. 
Mont. 



Nebr. 
Nebr. 
Nebr. 
Nebr. 
Nebr. 



Nev. 
Nev. 
Nev. 
Nev. 



N.H. 
N.H. 
N.H. 
N.H. 



N.J.. 
N.J.. 
N.J.. 
N.J. 
N.J. 
N.J. 
N.J. 



N.Mex. 
N.Mex. 
N.Mex. 
N.Mex. 



i Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm.) 



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155 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



New York 
Northern District 



Frank^Cooper. 

Frederick H. Bryant. 

John W. Hahn 

Oliver D. Burden 

William N. Cromie.. 



Southern District 



John Clark Knox 

Henry W. Goddard 

William Bondy 

Frank J. Coleman 

John M. Woolsey 

Francis G. Caffey 

Alfred C. Coxe 

Robert P. Patterson... 

Chas. Weiser 

George Z. Medalie 

Raymond J. Mulligan. 



Eastern District 



Marcus B. Campbell- 
Robert A. Inch 

Grover M. Moscowitz. 
Clarence G. Galston.. 
Mortimer W. Byers... 
Percy G. B. Gilkes... 

Howard W. Ameli 

FredS. Pulver 



Western District 



Simon L. Adler 

John Knight 

May C. Sickmon 

Richard H. Templeton. 
Joseph Fritsch, Jr 



North Carolina 

Eastern District 



Isaac M. Meekins. 
Samuel A. Ashe... 
Walter H. Fisher.. 
Edgar C. Geddie.. 



Middle District 



Johnson J. Hayes . 
R. L. Blaylock.... 
John R. McCrary. 
Watt H. Gragg.... 



Western District 

James Edmund Boyd.. 
Edwin Yates Webb.... 

John Y. Jordan 

Frank C. Patton 

Brownlow Jackson 



North Dakota 



Andrew Miller 

J. A. Montgomery 

PowlessW. Lanier... 
Osmund Gunvaldsen. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Albany 

District judge, Utica 

Clerk, Utica 

District attorney, Syracuse. 
Marshal, Utica 



District judge, New York City 

do... , 

do 

do 

do. 

do 

do 

do. 

Clerk, New York City 

District attorney, New York City. 
Marshal, New York City 



District judge, Brooklyn. 

do 

do 



do 

do 

Clerk, Brooklyn 

District attorney, Brooklyn. 
Marshal, Brooklyn 



District judge, Rochester- 
District judge, Buffalo 

Clerk, Buffalo 

District attorney, Buffalo. 
Marshal, Rochester 



District judge, Elizabeth City- 
Clerk, Raleigh 

District attorney, Wilmington. 
Marshal, Raleigh 



District judge, Greensboro 

Clerk, Greensboro.. 

District attorney, Greensboro. 
Marshal, Greensboro 



District judge 

District judge, Shelby 

Clerk, Asheville 

District attorney, Asheville. 
Marshal, Asheville 



District judge, Fargo 

Clerk, Fargo 

District attorney, Fargo. 
Marshal, Fargo 



Legal residence 



State 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 

N.Y. 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 

N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 

N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 



N.C. 
N.C. 

N.C. 
N.C. 



'N.C. 
N.C. 
N.C. 

N.C. 



N.C. 
N.C. 
N.C. 
N.C. 

N.C. 



N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 
N.Dak. 



Cong, 
dist. 



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during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vin.) 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



Ohio 

Northern District 



Paul Jones 

George P. Hahn 

Samuel H. West 

F. J. Denzler 

Emerich B. Freed.. . 
William J. Williams. 



Southern District 



Benson W. Hough. 
Robert R. Nevin.. 

Harry F. Rabe 

Francis Canny 

Paul H. Creswell- 



Oklahoma 

Northern District 



Franklin E. Kennamer. 

H. P. Warfield 

Clarence E. Bailey 

John P. Logan 



Eastern District 



R. L. Williams 

W. V. McClure 

W. F. Rampendahl. 
Clark B. Wasson.... 



Western District 



Edgar S. Vaught 

Theodore M. Filson. 
Herbert K. Hyde... 
W. C. Geers 



Oregon 



John H. McNary. 
James Alger Fee.. 
George H. Marsh. 
Carl C. Donaugh. 
John L. Day 



Pennsylvania 

Eastern District 

Oliver B. Dickinson *. 

William H. Kirkpatrick 

George A. Welsh 

George Brodbeck 

Chas. D. McAvoy 

Joseph B. Reing ._ 



Middle District 



Albert W. Johnson 

Albert L. Watson 

Samuel W. Hofford... 
Andrew B. Dunsmore. 
Percy Brewington 



Western District 



Robert M. Gibson 

Frederic P. Schoonmaker. 

Nelson McVicar 

J. Wood Clark 

Horatio S. Dumbauld 

J. Hilary Keenan 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Cleveland 

District judge, Toledo 

District judge, Cleveland 

Clerk, Cleveland 

District attorney, Cleveland. 
Marshal, Cleveland. 



Legal residence 



State 



District judge, Columbus 

District judge, Dayton 

Clerk, Cincinnati 

District attorney, Cincinnati. 
Marshal, Cincinnati. 



District judge, Tufta 

Clerk, Tulsa 

District attorney, Tulsa. 
Marsha], Tulsa 



District judge, Durant 

Clerk, Muskogee 

District attorney, Muskogee. 
Marshal, Muskogee 



District judge, Oklahoma City 

Clerk. Oklahoma City 

District attorney, Oklahoma City- 
Marshal, Oklahoma City 



District judge, Portland. 
do 



Clerk, Portland 

District attorney, Portland. 
Marsha], Portland 



Ohio- 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 

Okla. 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 



Cong, 
dist. 



District judge, Philadelphia 

District judge, Easton 

District judge, Philadelphia 

Clerk, Philadelphia 

District attorney, Philadelphia- 
Marshal, Philadelphia 



District judge, Lewisburg.. 

District judge, Scranton 

Clerk, Scranton 

District attorney, Sunbury. 
Marshal, Scranton 



District judge, Pittsburgh 

District judge, Erie 

District judge, Pittsburgh 

Clerk, Pittsburgh 

District attorney, Pittsburgh. 
Marshal, Pittsburgh... 



Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 



Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa- 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 




Com- 
pensa- 
tion i 



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during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm.) 



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Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion ' 


Puerto Rico 

Supreme Court 3 

District Court 

Ira K. Wells _ 








$10,000 


Mrs. Lulu G. Donahue 








4,600 










5,000 











4,600 


Rhode Island 

Ira Llovd Letts.. ... ... . .. 


District judge, Providence 


R.I 




10, 000 


Miss Alice Peckham 


Clerk, Providence... . 


R.I 




4,800 






R.I... 




5, 600 


Wm. F. Goucher . 




R.I 




4,200 


South Carolina 

Eastern District 
Ernest F. Cochran 




S.C 




10, 000 


J. Lyles Glenn 4 


District judge, Rock Hill 


s.c 




10,000 


Richard W. Hutson 




S.C... 




4,600 


Henry E. Davis 




s.c 




6,000 


Allen B. Kale 




s.c 




4,600 


Western District 
Henry H. Watkins 


District judge, Anderson. 


s.c 




10,000 


J. Lyles Glenn 4 .. 




s.c... 




10, 000 


Wilbur D. White 




s.c 




4,400 


Chas. C. Wyche 




s.c 




5,600 


Arthur N. Siflord 


Marshal, Greenville . . . 


s.c 




3,800 


South Dakota 
James D. Elliott 


District judge, Sioux Falls _ 


S.Dak.. 




10,000 


A. Lee Wyman 


do 


S.Dak_. 




10,000 


Roy B. Marker.. 


Clerk, Sioux Falls. 


S.Dak 




5,200 


Olaf Eidem 




S.Dak 




5,600 


Chester N. Leedom... 


Marshal, Dead wood ._ 


S.Dak.. 




4,800 


Tennessee 

Eastern District 
George C. Taylor 




Tenn 




10, 000 


Lee A. Beeler 


Clerk, Knoxville 


Tenn 




5,200 


William J. Carter 




Tenn.... 




6,000 


Inslee C. King 




Tenn.... 




4,800 


Middle District 
John J. Gore ... 




,Tenn. . 




10, 000 


Elijah L. Dudney 


Clerk, Nashville 


Tenn .. 




2,900 
6,000 
4,800 

10,000 


A. V. McLane.. . 




Tenn 




R. Q. Lillard. 




Tenn 





Western District 
Harry B. Anderson . 


District judge, Memphis. 


Tenn 




Finis E. Wilson . 


Clerk, Memphis _______ 


Tenn 




4,600 


Wm. McClanahan 


District attorney, Memphis 


Tenn 




6,000 


B. Money Bates, Jr 


Marshal, Memphis . . . 


Tenn 




4,800 


Texas 

Northern District 
Edward R. Meek 


District judge, Dallas.. 


Tex 




10, 000 


James C. Wilson 


District judge, Fort Worth ... 


Tex 




10, 000 
10,000 


William Hawley Atwell 


District judge, Dallas 


Tex 




George W. Parker 


Clerk, Dallas 


Tex 




5,800 
6,500 
5,800 


Clyde 0. Eastus 


District attorney, Fort Worth 


Tex 




J. R. Wright.. 


Marshal, Dallas 


Tex 





' Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vin.) 

3 Appointment made through War Department (see p. 41). 

4 Appointed for eastern and western districts. 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong. 

dist. 


pensa- 
tion 1 


Texas— Continued 










Southern District 










Thomas M. Kennerly 


District judge, Houston 


Tex 




$10, 000 


L. C. Masterson .. 


Clerk, Houston 


Tex 




5,800 


Henry M. Holden 




Tex ... 




6,500 
4,800 


Herbert E. L. Toombs 




Tex 




Eastern District 








Randolph Bryant 


District judge, Sherman 


Tex 




10, 000 


Frank A. King 


Clerk, Sherman 


Tex 




5,200 


S. D. Bennett 


District attorney, Beaumont 


Tex 




6,500 


Phil E. Baer 


Marshal, Paris 


Tex 




5,000 


Western District 










Charles A. Boynton 


District judge, El Paso 


Tex 




10, 000 


Robert J. McMillan 


District judge, San Antonio 


Tex 




10, 000 


D. H. Hart.. 


Clerk, Austin 


Tex 




5,800 


William R. Smith, Jr 


District attorney, San Antonio 


Tex 




7,500 


Guy McNamara 


Marshal, San Antonio 


Tex 




6,000 


Utah 










Tillman D. Johnson .. . 


District judge, Salt Lake City 


Utah.... 




10, 000 


W. B. Wilson 


Clerk, Salt Lake City 


Utah.... 




4,600 


Daniel B. Shields 




Utah.... 




6,000 


Gilbert Mecham 


Marshal, Salt Lake City . 


Utah— . 




4,400 


Vermont 










Harland B. Howe . ... 


District judge, Burlington.. 


Vt 




10,000 


Austin H. Kerin 


Clerk, Burlington 


Vt 




4,400 


Joseph A. McNamara.. 


District attorney, Burlington 


Vt 




5,200 


Albert W. Harvey 


Marshal, Rutland 


Vt 




3,800 


Virgin Islands 










T. Webber Wilson 


Judge of the district court, St. Thomas 


Miss 




7,500 




Md 




4,800 


Virginia 










Eastern District 










Luther B. Way 


District judge, Norfolk 


Va 




10, 000 


Clinton L. Wright . 


Clerk, Norfolk 


Va 




5,800 


Paul W. Rear... 




Va 




7,000 




Marshal, Norfolk 


Va 




5,600 


Western District 










John Paul 


District judge, Harrisonburg 


Va 




10,000 


Clarence E. Gentry 


Clerk, Lynchburg 


Va 




4,800 


Joseph C. Shafier .. 


District attorney, Roanoke 


Va 




5,600 






Va 




4,800 


Washington 










Eastern District 










J. Stanley Webster .. 




Wash... 




10, 000 






Wash... 




4,600 


Roy C. Fox... 




Wash... 




5,600 


David T. Ham 




Wash... 




4,800 


Western District 














Wash... 




10, 000 






Wash... 




10, 000 






Wash... 




5,800 






Wash... 




7,000 


Charles E. Allen 


Marshal, Tacoma 


Wash... 




5,800 



1 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm.) 



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159 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion i 


West Virginia 

Northern District 
William Eli Baker 




W.Va... 




$10, 000 




Clerk, Elkins .. 


W.Va... 




4,800 




District attorney, Parkersburg 


W.Va... 




6,000 






W.Va— 




4,800 


Southern District 




W.Va— 




10,000 






W.Va... 




5,200 






W.Va... 




6,500 






W.Va... 




5,200 


Wisconsin 

Eastern District 




Wis 




10,000 


B. H. Westfahl .. 




Wis 




4,800 






Wis 




5,200 






Wis 




4,800 


Western District 
Patrick T. Stone 


District judge, Madison 


Wis 




10,000 


Herbert C. Hale 


Clerk, Madison 


Wis 




4,600 


Stanley M. Ryan 




Wis 




5,200 






Wis 




4,600 


Wyoming 

Thomas Blake Kennedy 

Charles J. Ohnhaus 




Wyo 




10,000 




Wyo 




4,800 


Carl L. Sackett 




Wyo 




5,600 


R. John Allen 




Wyo 




4,400 













U.S. COURT OF CUSTOMS AND PATENT APPEALS 



WASHINGTON, D.C. 



William J. Graham 




111 




$12, 500 


Oscar E. Bland 




Ind 




12,500 


Charles S. Hatfield 


do 


Ohio 




12,500 


Finis J. Garrett... 


do 

do 


Term 




12,500 


Irvine L. Lenroot 


Wis 




12,500 


W. R. McWherter 


Reporter 


Term 




4,600 


Arthur B. Shelton 


Clerk 


Md..___ 


6th.... 


5,600 


Frank C. Merritt 




3,500 


Joseph G. Gauges 


Marshal 


Nev 




4,600 













COURT OF CLAIMS OF THE UNITED STATES 



WASHINGTON, D.C. 



Fenton W. Booth 




Ill 




$12, 500 
12,500 


William R. Green 


Judge 






Benjamin H. Littleton 


do. 


Tenn... 




12, 500 


Thomas S. Williams 


do 


Ill 




12, 500 
12, 500 


Richard S. Whaley 


do 


S.C... 















1 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm.) 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 



COURT OF APPEALS OF THE DISTRICT OF 
COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 





OFFICIAL TITLE 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion i 


George E. Martin 


Chief justice .. 


D.C 




$12, 500 


Charles H. Robb 


Associate justice 


Vt 




12, 500 


Josiah A. Van Orsdel 


do 






12, 500 


William Hitz . 


. do 


D.C 




12, 500 
12, 500 

5,600 




...do... 


Va 




Henry W. Hodges 


Clerk 


D.C... 




Moncure Burke 


Deputy clerk... _ . ... 


D.C... 




3, 500 













SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF 
COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 



Alfred A. Wheat 




N.Y ... 




$10, 500 


Thomas Jennings Bailey 




Tenn 




10, 000 


Peyton Gordon 


do 


D.C 




10, 000 


Jesse C. Adkins 


do 

do 


N.Y 




10, 000 


Oscar R. Luhring 


Ind 




10, 000 


Joseph W. Cox 


do 

..do .. 


D.C . 




10, 000 


D.C— 




10, 000 


F. Dickinson Letts 


.. do 






10, 000 


Daniel W. O'Donoghue 


do 


D.C 




10, 000 


Frank E. Cunningham 


Clerk 


Md 




7,000 


A. Leftwich Sinclair 


Auditor .. . 


Va 




7,500 






Va 




3,500 













UNITED STATES CUSTOMS COURT 





NEW YORK, N.Y. 








William J. Tilson 


Presiding judge 


Ga 




$10, OOO 


Charles P. McClelland 


Judge 


N.Y 




10, 000 


Jerry B. Sullivan 


do 


Iowa .. 




10, 000 


George Stewart Brown 


do 


Md 




10, 000 




do 

do._- 


Ohio .. 




10, 000 




Ky 




10, 000 


Walter H. Evans. 


do. - 

do 


Oreg 




10, 000 




Mass ... 




10, 000 


William J. Keefe 


do 


Iowa 




10, 000 


John W. Dale 


Clerk 






5, 000 


William H. Tietgen . 








3,500 










2,100 













UNITED STATES COURT FOR CHINA 

SHANGHAI, CHINA 



Milton Dwight Purdy 








$10, 000 




111 




4,000 






N.Y 




3,000 


William Thomas Collins 


Clerk 


Mo 




3,000 


Louis T. Kenake 




Calif— 




2,400 


Alexander Krisel 


U.S. Commissioner 






( 2 ) 













1 Salaries of judges (except those whose compensation may not, under the Constitution, be diminished 
during their continuance in office) are subject to the reduction of 15 percent. (See page vm). 

2 Per diem. 



APPENDIXES 

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NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN THE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE CIVIL SERVICE 



Number of Officers and Employees in Each Branch of the Federal 
Executive Civil Service on June 30, 1933, with Totals for November 
11, 1918 (Armistice Date), and Later Dates, Comprising Classified 
and Unclassified (Which Includes Presidential) Positions x 

[Compiled by the United States Civil Service Commission] 



DEPARTMENT OR OFFICE 


Total 
number 
June 30. 

1933 


In District of Columbia 


Outside District of 
Columbia 




Total 


Men 


Women 


Total 


Men 


Women 


The White House 


50 

4,547 

50, 692 

45, 986 

8,693 

3 270, 235 

48, 684 

19, 615 

26, 540 

17, 842 

5,226 

4,630 

554 

2,205 

592 

458 

602 

76 

282 

165 

82 

9,843 

2,813 

1,810 

32, 835 

8 

3 

1 

304 
222 
137 
23 

57 
237 

27 

6,874 

3 

6 

15 

28 
2,332 

4 
10 

84 


50 

730 

13, 064 

3,744 

1,278 

3,923 

6,213 

3,235 

5,569 

4,998 

849 

4,630 

554 

1,474 

428 

414 

*466 

76 

269 

112 

82 

73 

2,813 
1,810 
5, 433 

8 
3 

1 

41 
192 
137 

23 

55 
125 

6 

1,380 

3 

6 

5 


38 

397 

5,434 

2,042 

826 

3,087 

5,172 

2,116 

3,255 

3,380 

387 

3,712 

413 

1,136 

177 

285 

263 

35 

161 

37 

39 

62 

2,130 

1,135 

1,941 

5 

2 

1 

20 
96 
60 

17 
41 
58 

5 

797 

2 

4 

5 


12 

333 

7,630 

1,702 

452 

836 

1,041 

1,119 

2,314 

1,618 

462 

918 

141 

338 

251 

129 

203 

41 

108 

75 

43 

11 

683 

675 

3,492 

3 

1 








State 


3,817 
37, 628 
42, 242 

7,415 
266, 312 
42,471 
16, 380 
20, 971 
12, 844 

4,377 


2,900 
30, 928 
38, 377 

6,044 
245, 007 
40, 651 
13, 675 
18, 091 
11,997 

3,691 


2 917 


Treasury 

War 

Justice 

Post Office 

Navy 

Interior 

Agriculture.. 

C ommerce 

Labor 

Government Printing Office 


6,700 

3,865 

1,371 

2 21,305 

1,820 

2,705 

2,880 

847 

686 


Smithsonian Institution 








Interstate Commerce Commission 

Civil Service Commission. . _ 


731 
164 
44 
136 


706 
94 
29 
99 


25 
70 


Federal Trade Commission 


15 
37 


Alien Property Custodian... 




Tariff Commission . 


13 
53 


11 
31 


2 


Employees Compensation Commission.. 
Federal Board for Vocational Education- 


22 


Panama Canal __ 


9,770 


9,316 


454 


Public Buildings and Public Parks of 
the National Capital .- 




General Accounting Office 








Veterans Administration 


27, 402 


17, 263 


10, 139 


Railroad Administration 5 .« 




Commission of Fine Arts... . 
















National Advisory Committee for Aero- 
nautics 


21 
96 

77 
6 
14 
67 

1 
583 

1 
2 


263 
30 


242 
30 


21 


Federal Reserve Board * . _ . 




Board of Tax Appeals 




Board of Mediation 








Federal Power Commission.. 


2 

112 

21 
5,494 


2 

82 

15 
4,267 




Federal Radio Commission. 


30 


American Battle Monuments Commis- 
sion.. 


6 


Farm Credit Administration... 


1,227 


Geographic Board 












International Boundary Commission, 
United States, Alaska, and Canada 5 _ . 

International Boundary Commission, 
United States and Mexico 5 


10 

28 
1,255 


10 

26 
828 


2 


Reconstruction Finance Corporation s___ 
Inter American High Commission, 


1,077 
4 


629 
2 


448 
2 


427 




10 


6 


4 


Federal Home Loan Bank Board 5 


84 


42 


42 












Total 


565, 432 


65, 437 


39, 446 


25, 991 


499, 995 


444, 418 


55, 577 







1 Does not include legislative or judicial services, nor the commissioned, warranted, or enlisted personnel 
of the military, naval, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard services, nor the government of the District of Co- 
lumbia. 

2 Approximated. 

3 Includes 10,738 substitute clerks, first- and second-class offices; 12,915 substitute city and village delivery 
carriers; 2,124 substitute railway postal clerks; 783 substitute motor vehicle employees; and 854 substitute 
watchmen, laborers, etc. Does not include the following groups of employees, for which no figures are avail- 
able: Clerks at third-class offices; contract employees; clerks at fourth-class offices, who are employed and 
paid by the postmaster; nor mail messengers. 

4 Includes administrative offices of Merchant Fleet Corporation, but not workmen at terminals or in 
warehouses or employees on vessels. 

o Positions not subject to Civil Service Act. 

166 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 1933 
War Expansion and Reduction Since Armistice 



167 







In Dis- 


Outside 






In Dis- 


Outside 


DATE 


Total 


trict of 
Colum- 


District 
of Co- 


DATE 


Total 


trict of 
Colum- 


District 
of Co- 


' 




bia 


lumbia 






bia 


lumbia 


June 30, 1916 


438, 057 


39, 442 


398, 615 


June 30, 1927 


559, 138 


59, 800 


499, 338 


Nov. 11, 1918 


i 917, 760 


117, 760 


» 800, 000 


June 30, 1928 


568, 715 


61, 388 


507, 327 


July 31, 1920 


i 691, 116 


90, 559 


i 600, 557 


June 30, 1929 


587, 665 


63, 904 


523, 761 


July 31, 1921 


597, 482 


78, 865 


518, 617 


June 30, 1930 


608, 915 


68, 510 


540, 405 


June 30, 1922 


560, 863 


69, 980 


490, 883 


June 30, 1931 


616, 837 


71, 693 


545, 144 


June 30, 1923 


548, 531 


66, 290 


482, 241 


Dec. 31, 1931 


606, 368 


69, 435 


536, 933 


June 30, 1924 


554, 986 


64, 120 


490, 866 


June 30, 1932 


578, 231 


68, 793 


509, 438 


June 30, 1925 


564, 718 


63, 756 


500, 962 


Dec. 31, 1932 


564, 103 


66, 302 


497, 801 


June 30, 1926 


560, 705 


60, 811 


499, 894 


June 30, 1933 


565, 432 


65, 437 


499, 995 



Approximated. 



INDIVIDUAL INDEX 



PERSONS WHOSE OFFICIAL TITLE, STATION, LEGAL RESIDENCE, AND COMPENSA- 
TION ARE SHOWN IN THE SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THIS REGISTER 

[Senators are shown on pp. 3 and 4, and Members of the House of Representatives on pp. 5-8] 



A Pa g e 

Abbot, Charles G 125,134 

Abbott, Arthur H 80 

Abbott, Gordon A 27 

Abbott, Grace 108 

Abbott, Horatio J 17 

Abel, James F 60 

Abell, AlmoG 92 

Abeto, Quirico 41 

Acheson, Dean G 15,143 

Achi, William C. Jr 151 

Ackerman, Ralph H 99 

Adams, Dr. E. S 97 

Adams, Edgar J 114 

Adams, F. L 103 

Adams, Franklin 144 

Adams, George H 96 

Adams, George W 66 

Adams, James E 85 

Adams, Jed C 116 

Adams, John A 81 

Adams, John D 57 

Adams, Kenneth T 102 

Adams, Lionel H 77 

Adams, Capt. R. B 23 

Adams, R. E 103 

Adams, W. M 104 

Adams, William W 106 

Adams, Winthrop 123 

Adamson, Maj. K. F 38 

Addick?, J. E 99 

Addison, Taylor G 108 

Aderhold, Arthur C 46 

Adkins, Homer M 17 

Adkins, Jesse C 160 

Adler, Simon L 155 

Agee, Fred B 81 

Aicher, Louis C 85 

Aiken, Harold I 38 

Ainsworth, C. M 132 

Ainsworth, Seth M 100 

Aitchison, Clyde B 109 

Akerman, Alexander 150 

Akin, C. V 25 

Alben, Arthur O 85 

Alden, J. M 61 

Alden, John L 70 

Alden, W. C 61 

Alderman, Lewis R 60 

Aldous, Clarence M 86 

Aldrich, Kildroy P 49 

Aldrich, L. B 134 

Ale, John H 123 

Aleshire, Lt. Col. O. C 34 

Alexander, Capt G. A 55 

Alexander, George F 149 

Alexander, James R 63 

Alexander, P. C 16 

Alexander, William H 70 

Alger, Capt, J. A 24 

Allanson, Henry E 79 

Allee, Gail D 123 

Allen, Charles B 19 

Allen, Charles E 158 

Allen, Charles R 65 

Allen, Edward W 133 

Allen, Fred D... 138 



Page 

Allen, Guy F.... 30 

Allen, Harlan C 102 

Allen, James S 153 

Allen, Jessie M 79 

Allen, Leslie J 77 

Allen, M. Eleanor 60 

Allen, Marv Pratt 142 

Allen, R. John. 159 

Allen, R. L 25 

Allen, Ronald H 118 

Allen, Russell K 57 

Allen, T. Warren 89 

Allen, Thomas J., Jr.... 63 

Allen, W. L 1 135 

Allen, Capt. Walter H 53 

Allewelt, William F 92 

Alley, Lt. Col. Charles R.... 42 

Alley, James B 118 

Alley, John N 59 

Allison, Franklin E 84 

Allison, Col. James B 38,43 

Allison, Robert F 18 

Allport, R. H 61 

Alschuler, Samuel 148 

Alter, J. Cecil 70 

Althouse, Reuben C 94 

Ameli, Howard W 155 

Ames, Joseph S 125 

Ames, Col. Thales L 42 

Amor, A. M 132 

Amory, H. Russell 98 

Amrine, Milton F 4- 

Amundson, Geno A 88 

Ancrum, Capt. William 111 

Anderson, Aaron E 91 

Anderson, Bernard.. 153 

Anderson, Chandler P 133 

Anderson, Charles R 121 

Anderson, Charles W 17 

Anderson, E. D„ 112 

Anderson, H. M 21 

Anderson, Harry B 157 

Anderson, Lewis H 82 

Anderson, Mary 108 

Anderson, Oscar P 23 

Anderson, Otis L 27 

Anderson, R. S 140 

Anderson, Reuben M 70 

Anderson, T. B. H 26 

Anderson, W. E 132 

Anderson, Lt. Col. William 

D. A 43 

Andrews, Frank 91 

Andrews, Frank E 81 

Andrews, Capt. Harry M 34 

Andrews, Hervey A 59 

Andrews, Lucius C 119 

Andrews, Warren P 119 

Angle, Allie J._. 21 

Anslinger, H. J 20 

Ansorge, Herman 19 

Aona, A. K 151 

Appleby, Paul H 67 

Appleton, Frederic L 18 

Applewhite, Calvin C 26 

Applin, Maj. Frank D 38,45 

Archer, Finch R 47 



Page 

Archibald, A. R 107 

Ardery, Lt. Col. Edward D__ 36 

Arentsen, James 58 

Arentson, Carl B 82 

Armington, John H 7G 

Armstrong, C 26 

Armstrong, E. J 57 

Armstrong, Ernest P 18 

Armstrong, H 104 

Armstrong, H. C 103 

Armstrong, Thomas C 29 

Armstrong, William M 20 

Arnold, Anthony L 154 

Arnold, Arthur 159 

Arnold, Davis G 122 

Arnold, E. S 142 

Arnold, Lt. Col. Henry H... 40 

Arnold, Julean H 99 

Arnold, Le Roy D 58 

Arnold, R. C... 27 

Arnold, Thomas A 94 

Arrowsmith, Col. George D„ 44 

Arthur, C. O 110 

Arthur, Maj. Joseph D., Jr.. 36 

Arthur, O. Fred 81 

Arundell, C. Rogers 116 

Aselmeyer, A. J— 26 

Ash, Simon H 106 

Ashbrook, Frank G 86 

Ashburn, L. L 27 

Ashburn, Maj. Gen. T. Q._. 113 

Ashby, Wallace 90 

Ashe, Samuel A 155 

Ashford, Francis A 30 

Ashley, Alex. McC 68 

Ashley, Frederick W 9 

Ashley, William 57 

Ashley, William G., Jr 18 

Ashmore, Claudius D 78 

Ashworth, David D 159 

Ashworth, G. W.... 21 

Ashworth, Reid R 141 

Asmuth, Walter 98 

Asue, Manuel 151 

Atkinson, Harry H 154 

Attaway, Elisha F 111 

Atwell, William Hawley 157 

Auchter, Eugene C 79 

Aufente, John R 75 

Aukam, George C 142 

Ault, Byrd M 94 

Austin, Oliver L., Jr 86 

Austin, William L 97 

Avancena, Ramon 41 

Avant, Roy 76 

Avers, Henry G 101 

Avery, Lawrence 78 

Avery, Lt. Col. Ray L 44 

Avery, Sherwood H 99 

Avis, John B 154 

Ayers, A. Taw 75 



Babcock, Col. Conrad S 45 

Babcock, J. P 132 

Babcock, Omar L 59 



10143—33- 



-12 



169 



170 



OFFICIAL EEGISTER, 193 3 INDIVIDUAL INDEX 



Page 

Babcock, Col. W. C 128 

Bach, Col. Christian A 43 

Bach, Joshua L. 39 

Bachman, B. M 139 

Back, Ernest A 86 

Backus, C. D 105 

Badger. L. F 26 

Baer, PhilE 158 

Baggarly, Franklin C 114 

Bagley, Capt. D. W 52 

Bahrenburg, Louis P. H 25 

Bahrt, George M 85 

Bailey, Clarence E 156 

Bailey, Forbes E 92 

B ailey , Frederick J 30 

Bailey, T. F 34 

Bailey, Thomas Jennings 160 

Bailey, Walter W 48 

Baines, Matthew C 123 

Bair, Bert E 9 

Baird, Maj. John A 42 

Baity, J. L 117 

Baker, Alfred L._ 76 

Baker, Cora W 128 

Baker, Col. David 43 

Baker, Harold W. 139 

Baker, Harry D 17 

Baker, Howard 30 

Baker, J. Lee 149 

Baker, Merritt W 92 

Baker, Sybil 140 

Baker, Thomas J... 94 

Baker, Lt. Col. Walter C 42 

Baker, William Eli 159 

Baker, Willis M 80 

Balderson, W. C. 140 

Baldridge, P. R._. 16 

Baldwin, C. Benham.. 67 

Baldwin, Charles E 107 

Baldwin, Elmer I.... 56 

Baldwin, Lt. Col. Karl F.... 41 

Baldwin, Mark 85 

Ballard, Capt. Richard H._. 43 
Ballou, Dr. Frank W... 140, 141 

Balls, Alfred G 65 

Banner, James W 59 

Balmer, John E 60 

Baltzell, Robert C 152 

Bancalari, Ignacio Lopez 132 

Bane, Baldwin B 114 

Banister, Marion... 15 

Bankhead, Henry M 99 

Banks, Frank A 62 

Banks, James J 151 

Bannigan, T. J 123 

Baradel, Joseph R. 19 

Barbot, Wingate P.__ 91 

Barbour, Arnold W 65 

Barbour, William R... 83 

Barden, Col. William J 36 

Bardroff, John T 138 

Barger, John A 77 

Barker, H 104 

Barker, H. B 141 

Barker, Lewellys F 47 

Barker, William J. 154 

Barmeier, Harry 88 

Barnard, Morris M 142 

Barnaud, A. J... 98 

Barndollar, Burton H 65 

Barnes, Charles M 14 

Barnes, George O 15 

Barnes, Guy F 57 

Barnes, John P 151 

Barnes, Walter L 27 

Barnett, Claribel R 69 

Barnett, J. W 110 

Barnette, Dudley P., Jr 102 

Barnhart, Earl W 65 

Barnhart, Emmett P 74 

Barnhart, Hermann B 9 

Barns, John T 19 

Barnurn, Millard M 82 

Barnwell, David M 22 

Barr, Rene W 16 

Barre, William W._ 50 

Barrett, John T 112 

Barrett, Paul L 55 

Barrett, Robert J 143 



Page 

Barrett, William H 151 

Barriger, J. W. 3d 118 

Barroll, Maj. M. K 37 

Barron, Charles B 93 

Barron, William E 70 

Barry, Lt. Col. Archie W_... 40 

Barstow, Ivan Lee 75 

Bartel, William P. 109 

Bartelt, Edward F 16, 117 

Barth, Orrin E 74 

Bartholomew, J. A 104 

Bartholow, Benjamin H 15 

Bartlett, Charles E 120 

Bartlett, John H._._ 131 

Bartley, Guy 113 

Bartley , William 22 

Baruch, Ismar 121 

Bash, Brig. Gen. Louis H 33 

Bashore, Harry W 62 

Baskette, Col. Alvin K 43 

Bass, Mrs. Elizabeth 21 

Bassett, Harry 122 

Bassler, R. S 134 

Baston, George H 96 

Batchelder, C. L 61 

Batchelder, Edward D 16 

Batcheller, Arthur 126 

Bateman, Robert E. 87 

Bates, B. Money, Jr 157 

Bates, Charles M 151 

Bates, Louis W 53 

Bates, P. H-... 100 

Bates, Sanford 46,48 

Bates, Col. Walter T 43 

Batschelet, Clarence E.... 98, 131 

Battle, Turner W 107, 108 

Baumann, Ernest H. 74 

Baumgarten, Louis C 59 

Baxter, Norman W 118 

Baylor, Adelaide S 65 

Beal, Walter H 69 

Beales, Le Verne 98 

Beaman, W. M 61 

Bean, Cecil N. 103 

Bean, Leslie S 83 

Bean, Thaddeus R 140 

Bean, William S., Jr 26 

Bearce, H. W 100, 127 

Beardsley, Lewis G. 123 

Beasley , Claiborne H 92 

Beck, Charles G 123 

Beck, Henry L 101 

Becker, Jonathan O 71 

Becker, Louis J 17 

Becker, Luther 98 

Becker, Niles R 23 

Beckett, James F 140 

Beckham, Col. David Y 43 

Beckham, W. T... 120 

Beckman, H. C. 61 

Beckmyer, May 23 

Beeler, Lee A 157 

Behre, C. Edward 80 

Beier, Fred W., Jr.. 91 

Belden, William S 70 

Bell, Daniel W 16,117 

Bell, Frank B 37 

Bell, Frank E 19 

Bell, Frank T 100,132 

Bell, Joseph A 27 

Bell, Miles W 139 

Bell, Raymond W 78 

Bell, Robert C 153 

Bell, W. B.... 86 

Bellinger, Commander Pat- 
rick N.L.. 52,129 

Bellis, Charles E... 95 

Belmont, Mrs. August 143 

Belt, A. C. 140 

Bemis, Charles N 72 

Bemis, Willard G 94 

Bender, Maj. Louis B 38,43 

Benedict, Lt, Col. Jay L 45 

Benedict, Maurice A 82 

Benedict, Miller S 81 

Benham, E. V 104 

Benke, Ernest R 123 

Bennett, Charles A 90 

Bennett, Claude 18 



Page 

Bennett, Edward 126 

Bennett, Hugh H. 56,84 

Bennett, James V 46 

Bennett, S. D 158 

Bennett, W. W 24 

Bennett, Walter J 70 

Benson, A. R 104 

Benson, Clarence O 77 

Benson, George M 88 

Bentley, Fay L. 140 

Berden, Augustus 77 

Bergh, Charles P... 38 

Bergman, William D 51 

Bergstrom, A. M 118 

Berkshire, Stewart 15 

Berquist, F: E 135 

Berryhill, Porter 65 

Bertsch, Chris 57 

Besosa, Harry F 157 

Besson, Maj. Frank S 36 

Besson, Harlan 154 

Best, Ethel L 108 

Bethune, John F 115 

Betts, Morris C 90 

Beyer, Clara M 108 

Beyer, O. S 137 

Beyer, William R 59 

Bicknell, Ernest P. 143 

Biddle, Elmer R 92 

Bierman, Clarence H 29 

Biery, Donald H 59 

Bigelow, Richard L. P 82 

Biggins, J. J 21 

Biggs, James Crawford... 46,143 

Bigwood, B. L 61 

Biles, William F 76 

Billard, George C 20 

Billings, W. Chester 29 

Billings, William P 19 

Billups, R. S._ 107 

Binford, Chapman H 27 

Bingham, Francis S 75 

Bingham, George H 147 

Bingham, Maj. Sidney V 32 

Bingham, Stuart A 119 

Binley, Walter S._ 56 

Birch, Alexander C 149 

Birch, Maybury W 18 

Bird, George W._. 18 

Birdseye, Claude H 60 

Birgfeld, Frank A 15 

Birsch, William L 88 

Birthright, Samuel F 53 

Bishop, Charles W... 150 

Bishop, Maj. Gen. Harry G. 32 

Bishop, Hubert K 89 

Bishop, Loren L 83 

Bishopp, Fred C 86 

Bispham, Col. William N... 43 

Bisson, Francis C 93 

Black, A. D 139 

Black, Albert G... 67 

Black, Eugene 116 

Black, Eugene R 116 

Black, Frank O 91 

Black, Robert H 93 

Black, William C 122 

Blaine, John J... 118 

Blair, Clyde M. 58 

Blair, Thomas A 70 

Blair, Wiley A 120 

Blake, C. L 105 

Blake, Carlos 132 

Blake, Dean 70 

Blake, Capt. Eugene, Jr 24 

Blake, William J. _ 123 

Blakely, C. F 104 

Blalock, Shirl H 98 

Blanchard, Linn R._ 9 

Blanchard, William S 20 

Blanck, Frederick C 83 

Bland, Oscar E 159 

Blankenhorn, Heber 135 

Blatter, E. W 27 

Blaylock, R. L 155 

Bliss, Cornelius N... 143 

Bliss, D. S 16 

Bliss, Don C. 99 

Bliss, George S 70 



OFFICIAL REGISTER, 193 3 INDIVIDUAL INDEX 



171 



Page 

Blood, Kenneth D 91 

Bloom, Sol 144 

Blosz, John. 100 

Blount, Gerald R... 92 

Blue, Rupert 29 

Blunt, Maj. Wilfrid M 32 

Blyth, Lt. Col. James 34 

Boardman, Mabel T 143 

Boatner, Victor V... 137 

Boatwright, Maj. W. P 38 

Bobbitt, Joseph R 112 

Bobo, James E 140 

Bocock, Dr. Edgar A 142 

Bodet, RoyE 26 

Bodholdt, Edward N.. 46 

Bodine, Maj. R. N 37 

Bogard, Herman 59 

Bogardus, F. H 117 

Boggess, John S. 25 

Boggess, Owen M 59 

Boggs, Samuel W— 131 

Bogue, A. F 52 

Bohan, Merwin L 99 

Bolds, Harry H 14 

Boles, Thomas 63 

Bolich, Daniel A 20 

Bolin. George W 27 

Bollinger, Howard L 76 

Bolten, Joseph 25 

Bond, Frank 131 

Bond, Maj. Oliver J 43 

Bond, William C 9 

Bondv, William . 155 

Bonnett, Walter E 70 

Bonneville, William H 109 

Bonnin, Leo S 58 

Bonvillian, Capt. Claude A. 52 

Bonynge, Robert W 133 

Boone, Bert R 28 

Boose, Lloyd - 34 

Booth, Maj. Gen. Ewing E.. 45 

Booth, Fenton W 159 

Booth, Joseph T 57 

Booth, Lt. Col. Lucian D... 43 

Boothe, Roy—- 82 

Borah, Wayne G 153 

Borah, William E 120 

Borden, A. D 123 

Borden, Frank S .. 101 

Borden, Harold L — 81 

Borges, E. Gil 144 

Boring, Eugene M 88 

Borland, Wilfred P.. 109 

Borlick, F. J 104 

Borum, Cecil J 91 

Boschen, Lt. Col. Freder- 
ick W 44 

Boss, Henry M., Jr 157 

Boss, William A.. 18 

Boss, William 28 

Botsford, Geis S 120 

Bottoms, Col. Sam F _. 44 

Botts, Harry H 124 

Boudreaux, Edwin C 96 

Boulden, Charles E 20 

Boundey, George L 64 

Bourdeaux, R. M 154 

Bourke, J. J... 140 

Bourn, Frank B 31 

Bourquin, George M 154 

Bourquin, J. J 61 

Bouton. Charles S 91 

Boutwell, William D 60 

Bowden, Witt 107 

Bowen, Capt. Harold G 52 

Bowen, J. C 107 

Bowen, John C 17 

Bowen, S. T 105 

Bower, Ward T 100 

Bowerman, George F 139 

Bowers, John E 140 

Bowers, M. E - 29 

Bowie, Clifford P 106 

Bowie, Edward H 70 

Bowie, William 101 

Bowler, Alida C 108 

Bowyer, Ephraim P 133 



Boyce, W. Truxton 18 

Boyd, Allen R 9 

Boyd, George R 90 

Boyd, James Edmund 155 

Boyden, Boyd L 95 

Boyer, Edward A 75 

Boykin, Lester E 89 

Boyle, Charles W. ._ 68 

Boynton, Charles A 158 

Bracey, Clarence E 69 

Brackenbury, Maj. Benja- 
min A 45 

Bradley. Fred A 21 

Brady, Capt. Francis M 39 

Brady, James T... 122 

Brady, John E 18 

Braendle. G. G 28 

Brainerd, Ezra, Jr 109 

Brail, Herman F 122 

Branch, Harllee --. 49 

Branch, William E. 64 

Branchaud, Louis A 88 

Brand, Charles J. _. 67 

Brand, William Lee 158 

Brandeis, Louis D 147 

Brandes, Elmer W 79 

Brandjord, I. M 137 

Brandon, Benjamin F 76 

Brandt, Rose K 58 

Branegan, Christopher C 18 

Brant, Lt. Col. Gerald C— . 45 

Brasch, Frederick E 9 

Brasel, Royal H 98 

Bratton, Sam Gilbert 148 

Brauer, Rudolph S 50 

Braund, Ralph R 28 

Bray, C. D 113 

Brearley , James A - 103 

Breaux, Ray P 28 

Breid, Jacob 59 

Breidenbach, S. H 20 

Breining, Harold W 122 

Bremer, Otto 120 

Brennan, E.J 34 

Brennan, Geoge M 136 

Brennan, Roland M 139 

Breslin, John J._ 49 

Brett, Maj . George H 40 

Breuer, Louis H 154 

Brewer, Frank B 124 

Brewington, Percv 156 

Brewster, Elisha H 153 

Brewster, George F 124 

Brewster, Sardius M 152 

Bricker, Brig. Gen. E. D 36 

Bride, William W 138 

Briggle, Charles G 152 

Briggs, Lyman J.. 97, 100, 125, 127 
Briggs, Col. Raymond W__._ 43 

Briggs, Wallace R 49 

Brigham, Maj. Gen. Claude 

E 42 

Brigham, Reuben 69 

Bright, Joseph S 90 

Bringham, R. A 124 

Brinser, Rear Admiral H. L. 51 

Brinton, Clement S 96 

Briscoe, Henry C 70 

Brist, Frederick W 70 

Bristol, Col. Matt C. 44 

Bristol, Ralph S 58 

Broadbent, Sam R 83 

Broberg, First Lt. W. S 37 

Brodbeck, George 156 

Broderick, Joseph V.- .. 17 

Brodie, David A„_ 65 

Brodner, Meier 75 

Brody, John A 123 

Bronson, Ralph B 109 

Brookbank, Roscoe E 77 

Brooke, E. P 139 

Brookhart, Charles E 99 

Brookhart, Smith W 68 

Brooks, C. C 99 

Brooks, James F 80 

Brooks, Theron C 23 

Brophy, Byron J 58 



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Brossard, Edgar B 115 

Brothers, Charles S._. 68 

Brotzman, William S 70 

Broughton, William S 16 

Brown, Albert K .. 100 

Brown, Col. Arthur W 42 

Brown, Benjamin W 30 

Brown, Boyd J 66 

Brown, Dell 100 

Brown, Col. Earl 1 36 

Brown, Edgar 79 

Brown, Ernest W... 140 

Brown, Frederick W 121 

Brown, George E. 122 

Brown, George R 73 

Brown, George Stewart 160 

Brown, Gilbert D 82 

Brown, Henry E 74 

Brown, Henry R 124 

Brown, Jack 60 

Brown, Maj. Gen. Lytic. 35, 130 

Brown, Martin 153 

Brown, Col. Orville G 112 

Brown, Maj. Gen. Preston... 45 

Brown, Raymond C 66 

Brown, Sanford H 113 

Brown, Thad H.._ 126 

Brown, William E 19 

Brown, William L 9 

Browne, Charles A 83 

Browne, Rhodric W 124 

Brownell, R. A.. 118 

Brownson, Admiral Willard 

H 143 

Broxton, William 91 

Bruce, Arthur G 89 

Bruce, Charles 93 

Bruce, Howard 37 

Bruce, John C. 140 

Bruckart, John R 82 

Brumbaugh, N. J 104 

Brunner, Henry C 52 

Brunner, Henry G. 120 

Brunot, Felix R 26 

Brusse, William 20 

Bryan, Herbert 75 

Bryan, Nathan P. 148 

Bryan, William M 30 

Bryant, Frederick H 155 

Brvant, H. C__ 63 

Bryant, Hal F 91 

Bryant, Kirby K 26 

Bryant, Randolph 158 

Bryant, Rear Admiral Sam- 
uel W 51,129 

Bryars, William D 154 

Bryson, Mizell 124 

Buchanan, Lt. Col. Edmund 

A 45 

Buchanan, Lt. Comdr. John 

H 127 

Buck, Col. Carroll D 35 

Buck, Clarence J 82 

Buckingham, Earle 127 

Buckler, Clarence H *.._ 50 

Buckley, Edward D 19 

Buckley, John 150 

Burlington, Joseph — 147 

Bull, Lt. Col. Henry T 131 

Bullion, Clarence L 56 

Bullitt, William C 14 

Bullock, A. I 141 

Bullock, Alfred D 75 

Bundel, Col. Charles M 43 

Bunyea, Hubert. 77 

Burch, Dallas S 73 

Burchard, E. D .'.._ 61 

Burchard, E. F 61 

Burden, Oliver D-. 155 

Burford, Archie D 20 

Burgdorf, Alfred L 60 

Burgess, Albert F 95 

Burke, Arthur M. 152 

Burke, David A 38 

Burke, Frank S. W 140 

Burke, Moncure 160 

Burke, Vincent C 49 



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Burke, William J 63 

Burkhalter, John T 29 

Burklin, R. Reyburn 119 

Burleigh, Thomas D 86 

Burlew, Ebert K 56 

Burling, Chaplain Edwin 32 

Burnett, Col. Frank C~ 32 

Burnett, Samuel T 152 

Burney, Leroy E 28 

Burnham, Charles W 100 

Burns, Cecil B 93 

Burns, Lt. Col. James EL. 37,45 

Burns, Lowell C 18 

Burns, Mark L 58 

Burow, F. P 27 

Burpee, Lawrence J 131 

Burrell , C apt . Glenn S 53 

Burroughs, Spencer 34 

Burrows, C. A 21 

Burrows, James W 53 

Burrows, First Lt. Paul E._ 40 

Bursum, H. O 137 

Burt, Maj. Ernest H._- 44 

Burton, Ernest R 58 

Burton, Mrs. Henrietta K... 58 

Burton, Ishmael 114 

Burtt, Col. Wilson B 45 

Buscher, Andrew C 141 

Busey, Harry F 17 

Bush, Daniel P 9 

Bush, Hiram J 27 

Bush, Porter L 65 

Buskie, George F 118 

Busman, Herman 77 

Bustamente, Joaquin C 132 

Butin, George E 78 

Butler, Arthur R 121 

Butler, Asa W 154 

Butler, H. D 98 

Butler, Rear Admiral H. V._ 54 

Butler, Jarvis 129 

Butler, Maj. John S 44 

Butler, Monroe 120 

Butler, Pierce 147 

Butler, R. E 27 

Butler, Ulysses 109 

Butte, George C 41 

Butterfield, Earl C 79 

Butterfield, Lynnford C 74 

Butts, J. Frank 141 

Butts, T. C 99 

Byer, Herman B 107 

Byerley, John H 76 

Byers, First Lt. C. E 42 

Byers, Horace G 84 

Byers, Mortimer W 155 

Byington, L. B 26 

Byrd, Dr. J. L 112 

Byrne, John B 83 

Byrnes, J. Wise 79 

Byrns, Joseph W 144 

C 

Cady, F«ank C 28,58 

Cady, JohnB 50 

Caemmerer, H. P 130 

Caffery, Jefferson 14 

Caffey, Francis G 155 

Caine, Charles E 49 

Calcott, Alexander O 102 

Calder, A. B 99 

Calhoun, C. H. 111 

Calhoun, Herbert C 59 

Calhoun, Wendell 92 

Calkins, A. A 119 

Callahan, D. J 48 

Callahan, Denis D. __ 75 

Callahan, H. G 141 

Callan, Maj. Gen. Robert E. 31 

Callander, F. S 118 

Callander, William F 90 

Callaway, Joseph, Jr 96 

Calvert, Edgar B.. 70 

Calvert, Thomas J 123 

Cameron, Don S 28 

Cameron, John J 131 

Cammerer, Arno B 63, 130 



Page 

Camp, Harry W 60 

Campbell, Addington B 18 

Campbell, Rear Admiral E. H. 55 

Campbell, Frank L 86 

Campbell, Frederick G 148 

Campbell, John A., Jr 118 

Campbell, John F 82 

Campbell, John S 93 

Campbell, Louis J 20 

Campbell, Marcus B 155 

Campbell, Col. Tilman 34 

Campbell, Walter G 96 

Canaday, Hamill A 57 

Canfield, G. H 61 

Canfield, Harry L 100 

Canning, Joseph P 120 

Cannon, Calhoun L 93 

Cannon, L. S... 16 

Canny, Francis 156 

Canty, George R. 99 

Caples, Col. W. Goff 36 

Capper, Arthur 144 

Capps, Rear Admiral Wash- 
ington L 125 

Capron, Lt. Col. Webster A. 44 

Carberry, Elmer A... 27 

Cardozo, Benjamin N 147 

Carl, Leslie M 91 

Carlin, W. H 140 

Carlson, Capt. Carl A 53 

Carlson, M. O 57 

Carlson, Vivian 121 

Carlton, John A 123 

Carmalt, James W 137 

Carmelia, F. A 24 

Carmody , Charlotte L 97 

Carmody, Maj. Robert E..__ 32 

Carnes, E. H 26 

Carnes, J. H 103 

Carney, Joseph P 17 

Carpenter, Albert H 76 

Carpenter, S. R 116 

Carpenter, W. R 122 

Carr, Carlyle 87 

Carr, Maj. Gen. Irving J 38 

Carr, Wilbur J 14 

Carrington, John 141 

Carrington, Paul M 30 

Carroll, Bradish J., Jr .. 135 

Carroll, Charles C 73 

Carroll, William P 93 

Carruth, E. C 120 

Carruthers, Lemuel A 98 

Carson, Ernest 70 

Carson, Harry R 124 

Carson, Kit J _. 18 

Carson, Max H... 61 

Carter, Earl H 78 

Carter, Edward E.._ 80,131 

Carter, George H... 9 

Carter, H.J 153 

Carter, Harry G 72 

Carter, John P 17 

Carter, Paul I 124 

Carter, Peyton 58 

Carter, Thomas R 107 

Carter, William J 157 

Carter, William T 85 

Carusi, Ugo J. A 46 

Carver, John A 151 

Gary, Edward F 76 

Case, Daniel H 151 

Case, George S , 127 

Case, Walter H 47 

Cash, B. K 122 

Cash, Frank E 106 

Caskie, M. M 137 

Cassidy, Thomas K— 17 

Cassie, Earl W 142 

Castle, N. H 57,149 

Castle, Olin C 137 

Castor, Thomas 75 

Cattell, Roscoe A 105 

Causey, Col. W. B 137 

Cavanagh, Helen L 139 

Cavanah, Charles C 151 

Cavenaugh, Col. Harry LaT. 41 



Page 

Cavill, Jesse C 59 

Cayton, Nathan.. 142 

Cedar, Elmer T 27 

Cely, Homer M... 94 

Centerwall, Willard R 59 

Chace, Edward McK 84 

Chaffee, Robert W... 35 

Chalker, Comdr. L. T 23 

Chalmers, Henry 98 

Chamberlain. Col. W. P 35 

Chamberlin, Edward H 125 

Chamberlin, James E 23 

Chambers, Capt. T. H 34 

Chambers, Wrightson. 50 

Champlin, Louis F 92 

Chandler, W.H 137 

Chaney, Alvan C. 139 

Chapin, E. W 105 

Chapin, Roy D 97 

Chapin, Vinton 14 

Chapman, Celia B 65 

Chapman, Joseph 119 

Chapman, L. C 123 

Chapman, Oscar L 56 

Chappelear, Col. Louis S 32 

Chappell, Ralph H 23 

Chappie, James M 126 

Charlton, Marquis A. 88 

Charron, Arthur I. .. 147 

Chase, Carl F 112 

Chase, Frank A 119 

Chase, Harrie Brigham 147 

Cheesman, William H 86 

Cherry, Alfred K 15 

Chesnut, W. Calvin... 153 

Chew, Arthur P. 69 

Chiesman, Wayne J 62 

Childs, Archie W 98 

Childs, James B 9 

Chilton, Arthur B... 149 

Chiswell, Capt. B. M 24 

Chretien, Alfred J 154 

Christensen, James 78 

Christensen, Mart T 57 

Christian, S. L 25 

Christie, Emerson... 14 

Christy, Adelbert 16 

Christy, Frank .. 59 

Church, Verne H 91 

Churchill, Capt. H. W 37 

Churchill, Maj. Lawrence S. 39 

Cisler, Stephen A 50 

Clagett, Lt. Col. Henry B._. 40 

Clampitt, Finis L 49 

Clapham, Lt. Col. John F... 33 

Clapp, Earle H 80 

Clark, Charles C 70 

Clark, Charles E 91 

Clark, Donald E 81 

Clark, E. A 140 

Clark, Col. Elmer W 135 

Clark, ElwynT 21 

Clark, George A 72 

Clark, Capt. Howard F 138 

Clark, J. Wood 156 

Clark, Joseph S 78 

Clark, Kenneth G 126 

Clark, OmerW .... 122 

Clark, Robert E 81,150 

Clark, Taliaferro 29 

Clark, Lt. Col. Thomas A... 44 

Clark, W. A. Graham 115 

Clark, W. D., Jr 138 

Clark, Maj. W. L 37 

Clark, W.N 104 

Clark, William 154 

Clarke, Gilmore D 130 

Clarke, Harry G.-. 124 

Clarke, J. O 96 

Clarke, Lee M 96 

Clarke, Marshall B 114 

Clarkson, Frank. 88 

Clay, Cassius M 118 

Clay, Maj. W.L 38 

Claybourn, J. G Ill 

Cleary, Francis J. P 69 

Clegg, Cecil H.. 149 



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Page 

■Clement, Charles B 78 

Clement, Maj. J. K 37 

Clemmons, Ballard H ._ 121 

Clift, J. W 103 

Cline, Genevieve R 160 

Cline, Isaac M 70 

Cline, Joseph L 70 

Clinton, Ralph S 56 

Close, Wilbur L 92 

Cluck, First Lt. James C 40 

Cluverius, Rear Admiral 

W. T 55 

Coage, Jefferson S 143 

Cobb, Cully A 67 

Cobb, James A 142 

Cobb, Julius O 30 

Cobb, Paul 18 

Cobbs, Capt. N. H 34 

Cobey, Capt. E. A 52 

Cochran, A. M. J 152 

Cochran, Clement H 67 

Cochran, Ernest F 157 

Cochran, W. W 105 

Cochrane, Walter C ■_ 58 

Coe, Charles E 58 

Coe, Conway P 103 

Cofer, Leland E 30 

Coffey, E. R 26 

Coffey, Richard J 63 

Coffin, William M 123 

Coghill, Will H 106 

Cogswell, Col. Ledyard, Jr_. 37 

Cogswell, Theodore 143 

Cohee, Edgar M 18 

Cohen, Meyer W 74 

C ohenour, Howard H 76 

Cohran, John R 73 

Colbert, Leo O 102 

Colcord, Mabel 85 

Cole, Arthur G 141 

Cole, Rear Admiral Cyrus W. 51 

Cole, Frank T 71 

Cole, Harvey S 70 

Cole, James W 49 

Cole, Luke A 102 

Cole, Capt. Ross F 40 

Cole, Truman W 77 

Coleman, Maj. Gen. F. W... 34 

Coleman, Frank H 70 

Coleman, Frank J... 155 

Coleman, Maj. Fred H 39 

Coleman, William C 153 

Coles, Maj. Roy H 39,45 

Colflesh, Robert W 152 

Colin, Alfredo Becerril 132 

Collier, Carl 117 

Collier, John 57 

Collier, Raymond O 94 

Collier, Stanford N 20 

Collins, George L 29 

Collins, Guy N 79 

Collins, Horace R._ 75,76 

Collins, Hubert L 91 

Collins, Linton M 135 

Collins, Lynne W 63 

Collins, Maurice 122,140 

Collins, Col. Robert L 42 

Collins, W. D 61 

Collins, William Thomas. 150, 160 

Collman, Herman T 70 

Collom, McLin S 70 

Colon, Edmundo D 41 

Colquitt, Oscar B 109 

Colwell, H. R 128 

Combs, Arthur W 74 

Comeford, John M 159 

Comer, George P 115 

Comfort, Newton C 30 

Compton, Col. Goodwin.. 38,43 

Comstock, Harold D 62 

Concannon, Charles C 98 

Cone, A. J 126 

Cone, Fred 70 

Cone, H. I 110 

Cone, J. Carroll 97 

Congdon, George D 54 

Conklin, D. T 42 

Conklin, Elbert E., Jr 92 

Conkiing, Roscoe S.. 135 



Page 
Conley, Brig. Gen. Edgar T. 32 

Connell, Capt. Carl W 44 

Conner, Charles E 139 

Conner, Elmer E 19 

Conner, Maj. Gen. Fox 42 

Conner, James F 81 

Conner, Thomas J 17 

Conner, Stanley H 123 

Connolly, Edna V 115 

Connor, Bernard 94 

Connor, Maj. Gen. Wil- 
liam D 42 

Connor, Maj. William M 43 

Connors, James J 22 

Cook, Mrs. Anthony Wayne. 144 
Cook, Capt. Arthur B..._ 52,125 

Cook, Fred M... 18 

Cook, George A 109 

Cook, Mrs. Katherine M 60 

Cook, Orator F 79 

Cook, PaulS 71 

Cook, Richard L 124 

Cook, Robert C__. 124 

Cook, Ward A 100 

Cookingham, Raymond T... 48 

Cooksey, George R 118 

Cooley, A.C 57 

Coolev, Charles E 94 

Coombs, WadeH 138 

Cooper, Charles H 117 

Cooper, Claude C 70 

Cooper, David 28 

Cooper, Frank 155 

Cooper, Commander H. G., 

Jr 55 

Cooper, John M 76 

Cooper, Robert M 17 

Cooper, Sidney P 27 

Cooper, William John 142 

Copeland, L. G 15,116 

Copeland, Royal S 144 

Corbin, Lt. Col. Clifford L.. 33 

Corbin, William Lee 9, 134 

Corkhill, Ernest C 21 

Corkill, Edward C 70 

Corliss, James R 77 

Corn, Lt. Comdr. W. A 52 

Cornell, Maj. Virgil H 35 

Corput, Gustave M 29 

Correll, L. E 58 

Corson, Charles 74 

Cosdon, A. C 105 

Cosgrave, George 150 

Costello, William C 118 

Costigan, T. L 139 

Cotter, Lt. Comdr. Carl H.. 53 

Cotter, Charles F 120 

Cottingham, T. J 118 

Cotton, William E 73 

Couch, Harvey C 118 

Couch, Leo K 87 

Coughlin, Robert E 149 

Coulter, John Lee 115 

Court, Andrew T 135 

Courtney, Capt. C. E 55 

Covell, Capt. L. C 23 

Covell, Maj. William E. R__ 111 

Coville, Frederick V 79 

Cowan, Col. Arthur S 39 

Cowdrey, Lt. Roy T 111 

Cowgill, E. P 34 

Cowgill, Mrs. Margaret L... 152 

Cowie, George D 102 

Cowles, Burton G 49 

Cowles, Gardner 137 

Cox, Allen 153 

Cox, Alan P 48 

Cox, C. P 141 

Cox, Brig. Gen. Creed F 41 

Cox, John R 20 

Cox, Joseph W 160 

Cox, O. H 25 

Cox, Oscar P 151 

Coxe, Alfred C 155 

Craig, Joseph A.. 101 

Craig, Maj. Gen. Malin 44 

Craighead, Frank C 86 

Crain, Lt. Col. James K 31 

Cramer, Lawrence W— 66 



Page 

Cramer, Maj. Myron C 33 

Cramer, W. Ford 14 

Crandall, Lynn 61 

Crane, J. J.. 140 

Cranmer, George T 154 

Craven, Leslie 137 

Craver, Joseph N 38 

Crawford, C.W 96 

Crawford. Frank S 106 

Crawford, Louis H 151 

Crawford, Maj. R. W 135 

Crawford, Maj. Roscoe C 36 

Creech, Stephen 88 

Creel, Richard H 25 

Creely, Andrew J 74 

Creighton, Charles F 139 

Creighton, Harold S 22 

Cresson, Maj. Charles C 44 

Creswell, Paul H 156 

Crew. H. C 105 

Crisler, Clara M 57 

Crispin, Walter R 93 

Cristy, Albert M 151 

Crittenden, Eugene C 100 

Croft, Maj. Gen. Edward.... 32 

Croft, Samuel M 9 

Crohurst, Harry R 29 

Cromie, William N 155 

Crone, John L 102 

Cronemiller, Fred P., Jr 82 

Cronin, Patrick D 68 

Cronk, James W 70 

Cropley, Charles Elmore 147 

Crosby, Herbert B 138 

Crosley, Rear Admiral W. S. 55 

Cross, Guernsey T 118 

Crossen, Leo A 20 

Crossley , Ste ven B 88 

Crossman, Edgar A 77 

Crosson, Harry J 123 

Crosthwait, Stanley W 97 

Crout, Fletcher G 93 

Crowe, John W 23 

Crowley, Elmer E 110 

Crowley, Karl A 49 

Crowther, Eugene T 102 

Cruikshank, Brig. Gen. 

William M 32 

Crupper, Joseph L._ 21 

Culbert, Robert W 74 

Culbertson, Col. Albert L... 41 

Cullen, Frederick J 96 

Cullen, Joseph C 151 

Culler, Clarence F... 101 

Cullinane, D. J 141 

Culver, Col. Clarence C 40 

Culver, Harvey H. 76 

Gumming, Surg. Gen. Hugh 

S 24,144 

Gumming, James G 141 

C ummings, Homer S 46 

Cummings, John 65 

Cummings, John A 70 

Cummings, Walter J 15 

Cummins, Daniel G 93 

Cunley, Fred M 33 

Cunningham, Edward J 107 

Cunningham, Frank E 160 

Cunningham, Frank P 82 

Cunningham. G. W 21 

Cunningham, John T 65 

Cupples, Homer L 84 

Gurrie, Rolla P 85 

Currier, William S 70 

Curry, Dr. D. P 112 

Curry, Lt. Col. John F 40 

Curtis, Edward W 54 

Curtis, Frank S 51 

Curtiss, Charles D 89 

Cushing, Ernest W 30 

Cushman, Edward E 158 

Cushman, Frank 65 

Custer, Cecil E 121 

Cuthbert, John T 51 

Cutter, John D 122 

Cutting, H. O 104 

Cutts, Jesse M 107 

Czarnecki, Anthony 22 



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D Pa ge 

Dahl, Basil D 99 

Daiker, Fred H 57 

Dailey, Richard B 70 

Dailey, Vincent 120 

D akin, Norman A. 92 

Dalager, David K 123 

Dalby, Z. Lewis 122 

Dale, Edward B 58 

Dale, Col. Frederick A 43 

Dale, John W 160 

Dallas, John T 77 

D alia Valle, Joseph M 29 

Dallinger, Frederick W 160 

Dallman, Vincent Y 17 

Daly, Daniel J 19 

Daly, John F_. 98 

Danford, Lt. Col. Robert M. 32 
Danforth, Brier. Gen. Charles 

H 39 

Dangerfield, Lawrence H 71 

Daniels, Fred 91 

Danielson, Percy W 59 

Darby, Howard L 77 

Darby, Lt. Col. Taylor E . . . 35 

Darlington, Edward B 62 

Dasher, Charles L 30 

Davenport, R. W 61 

Davidson, Roy N 17 

Davidson, William F 114 

Davies, Frederick G 21 

Davila, Felix Cordova 41 

Davis, Audus T 49 

Davis, Charles B 154 

Davis, Charles S 151 

Davis, Chester C 67 

Davis, Eugene 124 

Davis, Ewin L 114 

Davis, G. G 16 

Davis, Harold W 49 

Davis, Harwell G 17 

Davis, Henry E 157 

Davis, Herbert L 139 

Davis, Hugh J 141 

Davis, J. Warren 147 

Davis, John A 106 

Davis, Maj. John F 32 

Davis, Milton W 72 

Davis, Ogden T. 140 

Davis, R. L 119 

Davis, Raymond H 85 

Davis, Col. Robert 67 

Davis, Capt. Roscoe C 52 

Davis, Royall O. E... 84 

Davis, T. Hoyt __ 151 

Davison, Mrs. Henry P 143 

Dawkins, Benjamin C 153 

Dawsey, Lynn H. 84 

Dawson, Charles I 152 

Dawson, Edward S 138 

Dawson, Owen L 92 

Dawson, Paul R 85 

Day, Charles M 62 

Day, Rear Admiral George C 51 

Day, Howard H.... 77 

Day, John L 156 

Day, L. Enos 77 

Day, Capt. Robin A 40 

Day, Samuel H.. 99 

Day, Wilfred P 70 

de Albuquerque, Dr. Joao 

Pedro 145 

deAldrey, Pedro.. 41 

Dean, Claude M 148 

Dean, Col. Elmer A 44 

Dean, Henry T 28 

Dean, Joseph O. 27 

Dean, Reginald S._ 106 

Deaver, Bascom S 151 

Debler, Erdman B.... 62 

DeBruler, Ellis. 114 

Dechant, Harry P 68 

Deck, William H 101 

Dedman, James E 124 

Dee, Mary F 39 

DeEds, Floyd 84 

Deeds, J. F 61 

Deeter, Earl B 85 

Deffenbaugh, Walter S 60 



Page 

DeFossett, Albert J 77 

Deibert, A. V 27 

Deiler, Theodore G 126 

Deitch, Samuel 70 

Deitrick, Claude H 39 

Deitrick, Col. L. L 34 

de la Gardie, O. A. H... 21 

Delaney, James J... 65 

DeLaney, Brig. Gen. Mat- 
thew A 35 

Delano, Frederic A 130, 

135, 143, 144 

Delano, William A 130 

de las Alas, Antonio 41 

Delebant, Joseph E 18 

Dellett, Harry B 46 

del Toro, Emilio.. 41 

Delzell, Wm. A... 19 

Demaray, Arthur E 63 

Demaree, Harry J 69 

DeMartini, Stephen A ... 26 

Demeritt, William W 101 

Deming, Charles W 74 

Demmon, Elwood L .. 80 

DeMoisy, Charles, Jr 82 

Demorest, John R 107 

De Munburn, Eugene 18 

Dendinger, Walter C 76 

DeNeale, Stanley 138 

Denmead, Talbott 100 

Dennee, John S 91 

Denney , Oswald E 26 

Dennis, Milton L... 129 

Denny, Edward H 106 

Denson, Lee A 70 

Dent, Col. Elliott J 35 

Dent, Porter W 62 

Denzler, F. J 156 

de Partearroyo, Horacio Gil.. 132 

Deputy, Ona D 94 

Deputy, Willard F 17 

Dern, George H. . 31, 113, 115, 127 

DeRocher, James D 100 

Derrick, Walter J 80 

Desch, Emil 141 

Detwiler, Capt. H. P 32 

Detwiler, Samuel B. 79 

de Valin, Hugh 25 

Devereaux, William C 70 

Devries, Herbert J. S 63,132 

Dewey, Charles A 152 

Dewey, Lyster H 79 

DeWitt, Maj. Gen. J. L 33 

Diamond, Jay G 91 

Diamond, John H 55 

Dibrell, Walter C 101 

Dick, Harvey B 70 

Dick, L. Walter 71 

Dickens, Walter F 58 

Dickerson, Chas. E 99 

Dickerson, Jesse E 92 

Dickey, Elvon S 75 

Dickey, J. E 52 

Dickey, Raymond B 136 

Dickinson, H. C 100 

Dickinson, John 97 

Dickinson, Oliver B 156 

Dickinson, W. E 61 

Dickson, Albert M 91 

Dieck, Charles H 101 

Dieffenbach, Rudolph 86 

Dillard, Wimberly T 94 

Dillen, Capt. R. F 129 

Diller, W. C 138 

Dilley, Capt. Murray B 39 

Dillon, Fred P 101 

Dillon, Capt. L. J 38 

Dimick, Hamilton.. 58 

Dinnen, William F 114 

Dinsmore, Albert H .. 100 

Dirzulaitis, J. J 61 

Disney, I. P 103 

Disney, Lindsay P 102 

Disterdick, Fred L 71 

Ditto, Maj. Rollo C 42 

Dixon, Evalene O 79 

Dixon, Maj. Frank H 112 

Dixon, H. M 69 

Doak, Claude E 18 



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Dobbin, R. G 103 

Dobson, William M... 124 

Dodd, Oakley F_ 148 

Dodd, Samuel M., Jr 57 

Dodge, H. C 124 

Dodge, L. N 77 

Dodson, William R 76 

Doherty, Cornelius J 71 

Dolan, Edward G 17 

Dolan, H. F— 16 

Doland, Arthur W 57 

Dole, James D 6& 

Dole, Robert M 71 

Domenech, Manuel V 41 

Domeratzky, Louis 98 ; 

Donahue, Mrs. Lulu G 157" 

Donaldson, Edwin R 141 

D onaldson, Jesse M 50' 

Donaugh, Carl C 156 

Donne, William G 120 

Donnel, Charles A 71 

Donnelly, A. E 10S 

Donnelly, Horace J 49* 

Donnelly, James R 74 

Donnelly, Thomas B... 154 

Donner, William 59 

Donohoe, James A 154 

Donovan, Daniel J 138 

Donovan, Henry A 83 

Donovan, T. C .. 110 

Dooley, John H 21 

Dopmeyer , Arthur L 29 

Doran, James J 49 

D or an, James M 20 

Dorland, LeRoy 94 

Dorman, George M 74 

Dorr, George B 63 

Dorr, Thomas H 100 

Dorset, Marion 73 

Dorsey, H. W 134 

Dorsey, N. W.._ 134 

Dorsey, Walter R 133 

Dotson, Floyd E 56 

Dotterer, Harold 98 

Dougherty, James L 118 

Doughton, J. K 118 

Douglas, Lewis W. 30 

Douglass, Robert L 17 

Douglass, William S 53 

Douthitt, Fred D.. 82 

Dow, Alex 37 

Dow, Frank 21 

Dow, Milton W 71 

Dowd, Lonnie E 91 

Dowell, Lt. Col. Cassius M._ 33 

Dowell, E. F 105 

Downer, James Arthur 17 

Downes, Capt. John 52 

Downes, Maurice A 69 

Downing, Elizabeth 121 

Doying, W. A. E 112 

Doyle, A. P. E 112 

Doyle, Edward B. 151 

Doyle, J. Walter.... 22 

Doyle, Thomas E-...: 19 

Dozal, Fortunato 132 

Drake, Charles A 16 

Drake, Theodore M 112 

Drakeford, James J 19 

Drane, Herbert J... 113 

Draper, Claude L 113 

Draper, Ernest G. 144 

Draper, Henry W 140 

Draper, W. F 25 

Dreessen, Waldemar C 27 

Dressendorfer, John E 18 

Drinkwater, Capt. John G._ 36 

Drinnen, Frank J 116 

Driscoll, Francis B 33 

Driscoll, William 19 

Drown, Wilbur F__ 33 

Drum, Maj. Gen. Hugh A. 31, 129 

Dubord, F. Harold. .._. 120 

DuBose, Capt. William G... 52 

Dudney, Elijah L 157 

Duehay, Francis H 48 

Duffy, Charles V 17 

Dufour, R. R-. 119 

Dufresne, Frank 89 



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Page 

Duganne, C. G 114 

Duggan, William 17 

Dumbauld, Horatio S 156 

Dunbar, Charles O 22 

Dunbar, Paul B... 96 

Duncan, George M 23 

Duncan, H. J 61 

Duncan, Rolla.. . . 154 

Dunlap, Knight 145 

Dunlap, R. C Ill 

Dunlay, Joseph- J _. 29 

Dunlop, John P 106 

Dunn, Maj. Beverly C 36 

Dunn, Henry 39 

Dunn, James Clement 14 

Dunnahoo, Gilbert L 27 

Dunning, Marion 21 

Dunsmore, Andrew B. 156 

Durand, E. Dana 115 

Durand, Margaret A 13 

Durand, William F 135 

Duras, C. O 104 

Durbin, William W 16 

Durham, Edgar P 75 

Durham, Victor C 94 

Durning, Harry M 21 

Durst, Capt. W. E. 34 

Dutton, Tom W 153 

Dutton, Walter L. 82 

Duvall, Howard M 119 

Duvel, Joseph W. T 96 

Dwan, Maj. Edward J 44 

Dwight, Leo 71 

Dwire, Carroll R 81 

Dye, Alexander V 99 

Dyer, B. W 61 

Dyer, Frederick R 153 

Dyer, R. E 26 

Dyke, Ray A 71 

Dysart, Warrant Officer 

Lewis C 37 

Dyson, Orion E. 78 

E 

Eagen, J. C 119 

Eakin, J. Ross 63 

Earle, Baylis H 30 

Earley, George C 20 

Early, Nathaniel B., Jr 17 

Early, Stephen 13 

Earnhardt, Raymond P 18 

Eastman, Joseph B 109, 137 

Eastus, Clyde O 157 

Eastwold, Maj. Oscar A 45 

Eaton, George E 101 

Eaton, Capt. Samuel C, Jr.. 40 

Ebersole, Ruel E 30 

Ebert, F. C 61 

Ebert, Harvey G... 30 

Ebling, Walter H 91 

Eby, E. L 141 

Eckels, Laura V 23 

Eckert, Elizabeth K 18 

Eckhardt, Nicholas, Jr 98 

Edelman, David 75 

Edgecomb, Frederick A. 101 

Edgerton, Lieut. Col. Glen 

E 36 

Edinburg, F. P 103 

Edmunds, Colonel E 92 

Edwards, Alba M 98 

Edwards, Daniel H 139 

Edwards, Gus C 119 

Edwards, Capt. Idwal H 31 

Edwards, John F 121 

Edwards, Lewis I. H 140 

Edwards, Scott A 151 

Edwards, Wilbur R 47 

Egan, Maj. H. E 35 

Egan, John T 91 

Eggers, Charles 59 

Eichelberger, Maj. R. L 42 

Eickelberg, Ernest W 102 

Eidem, Olaf 157 

Eilenberger, Clinton B 50 

Eisenhower, Milton S 67,69 

Ekwurzel, Col. George M 42 



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Elam, Travis P 50 

Elder, John W 59 

Eldridge, Maurice O 139 

Eldridge, Watson W 65 

Elgen, Riley E 139 

Eliason, Howard R. 114 

Eliot, Charles W 135 

Eliot, Dr. Martha M 108 

Ellars, Ralph B 19 

Ellington, Dr. Jesse C 112 

Elliott, Clarence L 74 

Elliott, D. C 28 

Elliott, David C 118 

Elliott, James D 157 

Elliott, Jasper W 59 

Elliott, John A_ 90 

Elliott, Joseph E 82 

Elliott, R. N 117 

Ellis, Charles L 59 

Ellis, Capt. Hayne 51 

Ellis, Luther E 122 

Ellis, Col. R. T 33 

Ellsworth, C. E 61 

Ellsworth, Emmons K 97 

Ellsworth, G. E 20 

Elster, Mrs. Georgia A 55 

Elwell, Fred N 78 

Ely, Col. E.J 34 

Ely, Edwin W 100 

Ely, Seldon M 140 

Embrey, W. O 141 

Emerson, Ernest E 9 

Emerson, Maurice A 16 

Emigh, Eugene D 72 

Emley, Warren E 100 

Emmett, Paul H 84 

Encarnacion, Vicente Sing- 
son 41 

Engel, Carl... 9 

Engell, Don Y 70 

England, William H 114 

Engle, Charles A 58 

Engle, Francis G 102 

Engle, Nathaniel H 98 

Englund, Eric 90 

Enochs, Robert J. 59 

Epple, Lewis E. 75 

Ernst, Edward C 26, 122 

Ervin, Robert T 149 

Erwin, Walter S 97 

Eskey, C. R... 26 

Esola, Frederick L 150 

Etzenhauser, L. R 29 

Evans, Albert E 75 

Evans, David E... 19 

Evans, Evan A 148 

Evans, F. I.. 16 

Evans, Griffith 98 

Evans, H. H... Ill 

Evans, James A. 69 

Evans, Melville E. 50 

Evans, Raymond 69 

Evans, Silliman 50 

Evans, Walter H 160 

Everett, Charles C 121 

Ewers, Smith V 74 

Ewing, Carl M 82 

Exline, James C 77 

Exton, Col. Charles W 45 

Ezekiels, Jeannette.- 142 

F 

Faget, F. M 25 

Faget, G. H 26 

Fahey, John H 119 

Fahey, William L 59 

Fair, Col. John S 45 

Fairbank, Herbert S 89 

Fairburn, Orville G. 123 

Fairchild, Fred R 80 

Fairchild, I. J 100 

Fairfield, Capt. A. P 52 

Fairlamb, Lt. Comdr. G. R., 

Jr.. 52 

Fake, Guy L 154 

Famous, George W 75 

Fangman, Leo J 71 



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Fant, Lester G 15J 

Faris, Charles B 154 

Faris, Chester E 59 

Faris, J. E 26,58 

Faris, Johnwill. 64 

Farley, James A. 49 

Farmer, Thomas C. 47 

Farnham, Philip S 88 

Farnsworth, David C 124 

Farnum, Emily I. 97 

Farnum, Jessica L 9 

Farr, Homer 64 

Farrell, George E... 69 

Farrell, James W 81 

Farrell, Patrick J 109 

Farrow, E. A 59 

Farwell, Fred H 118 

Fauntleroy , Charles M 25 

Favela, Jose L 132 

Favre, Clarence E _ 82 

Faxon, Richard 95 

Fay, John B., Jr 54 

Fearn, OttoE... 141 

Fechner, Robert 136 

Fee, James Alger 156 

Feis, Herbert 14 

Fellers, Robert E 49 

Fellows, Dr. Frank S 27,58 

Felton, Ernest L... 71 

Fenby, Edwin J 82 

Fenger, Gunnar K 83 

Fenn, Leonard S 92 

Ferguson, Garland S., Jr 114 

Ferguson, Brig. Gen. Harley 

B -— 35 

Ferguson, J. M... 124 

Ferguson, R. Trevor.. 80 

Ferguson, Walter... 119 

Ferrell, Hugh R... 19 

Ferris, F. E.. 110 

Fertich, Roscoe 66 

Fess, Simeon D 144 

Feustel, John G 100 

Fiedler, Reginald H 68, 100 

Fieldner, Arno C 106 

Fields, J. B- 112 

Fieser, James L 143 

Fife, Col. James D 35 

Filson, Theodore M 156 

Finch, Burtis J 90 

Finch, Lt. Col. Henry A 36 

Finch, James A 46 

Finnan, C. Marshall. 63 

Finnell, Woolsey. 48 

Finney, Grace B 139 

Fiock, Lawrence R 62 

Fischer, Roy W 22 

Fish, George V 70 

Fish, Hamilton, Jr 120 

Fisher, Aleyne A 50 

Fisher, Lt. Col. Arthur G... 39 

Fisher, Ben S 126 

Fisher, Charles T., Jr 118 

Fisher, Chessmur A.. 18 

Fisher, Capt. H. G 24 

Fisher, John C 73 

Fisher, Lawrence C 72 

Fisher, Lawrence M. 29 

Fisher, Lewis H 121 

Fisher, Walter H 155- 

Fisher, William 103 

Fisk, S. T 122 

Fitch, Thomas F 49 

Fitting, Ray R — - 80 

Fitts, William C 118 

Fitz, Leslie A 9& 

Fitzgerald, Henry J 107 

Fitzgerald, James J 39 

Fitzgerald, James T 20 

Fitzgerald, Mary C 138 

FitzGerald, Maj. Shepler W. 39 

Fix, Alvin F 17 

Flaherty, John 141 

Flanders, G. Fred 151 

Fleming, James 76,77 

Fleming, James R 152 

Fleming, John R 69 

Fleming, Maj. Philip B 135 



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Fleming, Robert V 48 

Fleming, W. W 61 

Fleming, Wray 22 

Fletcher, Allen 123 

Fletcher, Edgar H 72 

Fletcher, Edward B 138 

Fletcher, Julius C 68 

Flinn, R. H 27 

Flint, A. L... 112 

Flint, Robert F 79 

Flood, Thomas 101 

Flora, Snowden D 71 

Flory, Charles H 83 

Flower, George L 102 

Floyd, DagmaL 91 

Fly, Eugene 17 

Flynn, H. S 38 

Flynn, John H 20 

Foley, Edward A 92 

Foley, Harry T 22 

Foley, John P 18 

Follansbee, Robert 62 

Folster, Allen C 82 

Foote, Leonard 111 

Forbes, Frederick G 55 

Forbes, John J. V 106 

Forbes, Reginald D 80 

Ford, Henry 144 

Ford, Robert F 119 

Ford, Worthington C 9 

Foreman, Minta R 60 

Forman, Phillip 154 

Formanek, Joseph 50 

Forsling, Clarence L 80 

Forster, Rudolph 13 

Fort, James L 118 

Fortune, Steven G 74 

Fortune, William 143 

Foster, Albert D 25 

Foster, Benjamin E 87 

Foster, Emery M 60 

Foster, Estelle 142 

Foster, Frederic J 101 

Foster, Houston G 27 

Foster, J. B 99 

Foster, Leo J 62 

Foster, Lewis E 62 

Foster, M. H 25 

Foster, Rufus E 148 

Foster, Samuel B 77 

Foster, Vernon E 78 

Foulk, O. E 116 

Foulois, Maj. Gen. Benjamin 

D 39,125,129 

Found, W. A 132 

Fowler, Earl D 85 

Fowler, J. H 140 

Fowler, Walter L 138 

Fowler, Dr. William C 141 

Fowles, J. F 120 

Fox, A. Manuel 115 

Fox, Carroll 25 

Fox, Roy C 158 

Fracker , Stanley B 95 

Fralic, Harry B 124 

Frampton, F. R 29 

Francis, Alonzo H 76 

Francis, Edward.. 25 

Francis, John M 28 

Frank, Irvin 48 

Frank, Jerome N 67 

Frank, Leslie C 29 

Franke, F. W 122 

Franklin, Col. B. A 37 

Franks, Edward T 64 

Franzmann, Peter A 75 

Fraser, Col. Walter 35 

Fraser, William O 93 

Fravel, Col. IraF._ 40 

Frayser, Frank 20 

Frederick, Gregory H 153 

Freed, Emerich B 156 

Freed, Frederick S 22 

Freehoff, Maj. William F__._ 42 

Freeland, Edward D 64 

Freeman, C. A... 21 

Freeman, Rt. Rev. James E. 143 
Freeman, Paul 50 



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Freeman, Sophie D 113 

Freeman, Walter 65 

Freeman, William H 94 

Freer, Harry L 36 

Freimuth, Walter F 18 

French, Edwin S 68 

French, Harry H 81 

French, H. Earl 81 

French, Leland S 68 

Fretz, Warren J 77 

Frick, Harvey F 46 

Fricks, Lunsford D 25 

Friedhoff, George W... 120 

Frierson, Luther 32 

Frieser, F. G 110 

Friess, William... 105 

Frisbie, W. S 96 

Frissell, Sydney D 83 

Fritsch, Joseph, Jr 155 

Frost, Frank A 30 

Frost, Luther A 95 

Frothingham, Earl H 80 

Fry, Col. Edgar A 41 

Fry, Hugh L 77 

Fry, Walter B 56 

Fuchs, Abraham W 29 

Fuchs, William R 68 

Fullaway , Charles H 30 

Fuller, Maj. Gen. Ben H 53 

Fuller, Carrie L 89 

Fuller, H. Clark 72 

Fuller, J. K 26 

Fuller, Leonore B 69 

Fuller, Merton L 71 

Fullerton, L. A 26 

Fulton, Comdr. Garland 52 

Funk, Mrs. Antoinette 56 

Furness, James W 98 

Furst, Frederick W 82 

Fyfe, Howard 14 

G 

Gabrielson, Ira N 87 

Gadsden, Philip H 37 

Gaffney, James B 48 

Gaffney, Thomas 149 

Gage, Charles E 91 

Gagne, Peter M 17 

Gaines, Lloyd F 138 

Galbraith, William H 114 

Gallagher, F. D 118 

Gallahorn, James T 23 

Galloway, Charles M 117 

Galloway, George 135 

Galpin, Charles J 90 

Galston, Clarence G 155 

Gait, Alexander B 118 

Gait, C. B 28 

Gamble, B. D 116 

Game, Col. Clyffard 33 

Gamm, Kenneth E 28 

Gandrud, Bennie W 106 

Ganong, Joseph A 57 

Gans, Isaac 142 

Gapen, Charles E 69 

Garber, Benjamin S 57 

Gardenhire, J. M 118 

Gardiner, F. G.. 34 

Gardiner, John H 62 

Gardner, Archibald K 148 

Gardner, Bert C... 63 

Gardner, Charles H 30 

Gardner, Edward J 97 

Gardner, Eugene D 106 

Gardner, George.. 97 

Gardner, Harlan P 18 

Gardner, Mrs. Jessie M 57 

Gardner, John J 92 

Gardner, John W - 46 

Gardner, William N 19 

Garfield, James R 137 

Garges, Daniel E 138 

Garlington, Albert C 111 

Garlington, Maj. Creswell... 36 

Garlough, Francis E 87 

Garlow, C. R_. 154 

Garner, Clem L 101 



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Garner, Wightman W 79 

Garrecht, Francis A 148 

Garrett, Charles C 71 

Garrett, Finis J 128,159 

Garrett, Harry D 06 

Garrison, Percy E 71 

Gartland, Joseph F 49 

Gartside, Frank T 63 

Garwood, S. M 136 

Gassaway, James. M 29 

Gast, F. W 21 

Gasteiger, Edgar L_. 91 

Gaston, Clara M 65 

Gaston, Herbert E 136 

Gatlin, John C, Jr 87 

Gauges, Joseph G 159 

Gaukel, Thomas L 98 

Gault, Homer J ' 62 

Gay, Geraldus 94 

Gaynor, John W 19 

flazley, Richard C 97 

Geddie, Edgar C 155 

Geers, W. C 156 

Geib, Horace V 85 

Geiger, Ferdinand A 159 

Geiger, Maj. R. S 52 

Gempel, Capt. E. P. H 42 

Gendron, U.J 110 

Gensler, Clyde H 58 

Gentry, Clarence E 158 

George, Edwin B 98 

George, William B 21 

Geren, Harry O 71 

Geren, K. C 34 

Gerhard, Adolf 31 

Gerig, William 36 

German, H. J 137 

Gerry, Clarence N 106 

Gerry, Elbridge B 20 

Getzendanner, Franklin C... 115 

Geyer, A. B 27 

Gherardi, Rear Admiral W. 
t> 52 131 

Gibbins", "Col" ~Henry.~ ~ "'....' 33 

Gibbons, C. D._ 110 

Gibbons, James F 78 

Gibbons, Stephen B 15 

Gibson, Charles H 158 

Gibson, Ernest W 144 

Gibson, Frank L 30 

Gibson, Robert M 156 

Gibson, Robert R 124 

Gibson, Col. W. R 34 

Gibson, William C 124 

Giebel, Adam A 138 

Gilbert, Charles V 19 

Gilchrist, Donald A 87 

Gilkes, Percy G. B 155 

Gill, Charles W 141 

Gill, Gilbert H 100 

Gill, Irving L 101 

Gill, James F 63 

Gillars, Alexander L 19 

Gillespie, J. M. 30 

Gillespie, Julian E 99 

Gillett, Frederick H — 143 

Gillett, Roy L 91 

Gillette, Commander Claude 

S 127 

Gillette, Edward C 101 

Gillick, David W 59 

Gilliland, William H 21 

Gillis, Thomas A 109 

Gillman, Howard M., Jr 56 

Gilstrap, Harry B 123 

Ginder, John W 23 

Giroux, C. H 36 

Gist, Frank W 91 

Gittings, Edwin B., Jr 71 

Given, Ralph 142 

Given, Robert A 77 

Gladmon, Percy L 68 

Glass, Carter 144 

Glass, Frank P 109 

Glass, R. L 105 

Glavis, Louis R 56 

Glaw, Robert W 112 

Gleason, Claude F 62 



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Page 

Gleason, Edward A 22 

Gleason, Michael S 160 

Glendon, George A., Jr 46 

Glenn, J. Lyles — 157 

Glenn, James L 59 

Glenn, Leslie L 22 

Glenn, Seldon R 17 

Glover, Charles C 143 

Glover, R. G 99 

Godbold, Norman D 151 

Goddard, Erwin M 89 

Goddard, Henry W 155 

Godding, Alvah 65 

Goding, Harry 73 

Godwin, Stuart 56 

Goff, John S..._ 98 

Goldenweiser, E. A 116 

Goldman, Luther J -~ 86 

Golze, R.L 117 

Gompers, Samuel J 107 

Gonard, George E 54 

Gonzalez, Dr. Justo F 144 

Gooch, Benjamin F 75 

Goodale, Henry J 57 

Goodman, W. P 119 

Goodrich, Edgar J 116 

Goodrich, James P 137 

Goodyear, Warrant Officer 

Augustus S 32 

Goodykoontz, Bess 60 

Goolrick, Lt. Col. Robert.. .. 39 

Gordon, E. M., Jr 27 

Gordon, Frank N 124 

Gordon, James H 71 

Gordon, John Blake 139 

Gordon, Paul W 58 

Gordon, Peyton 160 

Gordon, William H 27 

Gore, John J 157 

Gore, Lester 149 

Gore, Robert Hayes 41 

Gorman, Commander F. J... 23 

Gorman, James — 32 

Gorman, Peter J 26 

Gorman, T.J 21 

Goss, Alberts 136 

Gossage, H. S 21 

Gotcher, Vernon A 28 

Gotwals, Maj. John C 130, 

138 139 

Goucher, William F ' 157 

Gough, Thomas J 48 

Gove, Chase C 50 

Gowen, George M 82 

Grace, Lt. Col. Joseph J... 38,44 

Graf, Dorothy.. 90 

Graf, Fred M 70 

Graf, John E 134 

Graff, Hilda E 89 

Gragg, Watt H 155 

Graham, Albert B 69 

Graham, Alexander E 75 

Graham, Clifford L 83 

Graham, Col. James M 44 

Graham, Ralph 76 

Graham, Samuel, Jr 118 

Graham, William J 159 

Gram, Harvey B 33 

Granger, Christopher M 80 

Grant, Joseph B 18 

Grant, Lt. Col. U. S 143 

Grant, Col. Walter S 42 

Grantham, Hal G 48 

Grantham, J. P 118 

Grater, Charles B 100 

Graves, Charles H 17 

Graves, Charles L 59 

Graves, Ernest R 33 

Graves, Harold N 49 

Graves, Roy R 78 

Gray, Alwin E 87 

Gray, C. H 105 

Gray, Carroll 21 

Gray, Chester H 138 

Gray, Dorothy 55 

Gray, Lester S 54 



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Gray, Lewis O 90 

Gray, Orrin C 59 

Gray, Richard W 71 

Gray, Roy B 90 

Greaves, V. Ford 126 

Greeley, W. B 137 

Green, Dorr D 87 

Green, Dwight H 151 

Green, Frank Key 147 

Green, G. W 111 

Green, J. Lindley 57 

Green, Joseph L ' 22 

Green, Louis K 74 

Green, William 47 

Green, William H 71 

Green, William R 159 

Greene, Elwyn 112 

Greene, John 9 

Greene, K. W 113 

Greene, Smith W 76 

Greening, Gershom K 71 

Greenlaw, P. M 139,143 

Greenleaf, J. J 113 

Greenup, J. C 99 

Greer, Everett 124 

Greeson, J. B 21 

Gregg, Elinor D 58 

Gregg, Ralph 27 

Gregg, Willis R 70 

Grenfell, Frederick A 78 

Grenfell, Frederick W 139 

Griest, Lewis W 54 

Griffey, Walter P 27 

Griffin, David B 118 

Griffin, Edward W 66 

Griffin, James M 102 

Griffin, Max Y 93 

Griffin, Russell S 76 

Griffin, Stuart W 84 

Griffin, Thomas A 121 

Griffin, Virgil C 149 

Griffin, William V 144 

Griffith, C. M 122 

Griffitts, Thomas H. D 26 

Grimes, George E 71 

Grimes, Oliver J 118 

Grimm, R. M 25 

Grinnell, Milton W 127 

Groesbeck, W. D 104 

Groeschel, Sidney C 124 

Grogan, John H 153 

Grogan, Starke M 98 

Groner, D. Lawrence 160 

Gropp, Mrs. M. H 140 

Grosbach, H. E 62 

Gross, C. E 15 

Gross, Fred A 59 

Grosvenor, Gilbert H 143 

Grove, McGill 140 

Grove, S. D 104 

Grover, N. C 61 

Grover, Oscar L: 89 

Groves, Edna 58 

Groves, Hugh H 140 

Groves, J. R 141 

Groves, John 97 

Grubb, Francis L. W._. 81 

Grubb, William I 149 

Grubbs, Charles W 99 

Grubbs, S. B 29 

Guevara, Pedro 41 

Guggenheim, Harry F 125 

Guillot, Francisco Menendez. 77 

Guiney, Col. Patrick W 43 

Guiteras, Gregorio M 30 

Gulick, Maj. Gen. John W._ 32 

Gullickson, Anton H 20 

Gullion, Lt. Col. Allen W... 45 

Gunner, Maj. M. J 129 

Gunther, Frank A 138 

Gunvaldsen, Osmund 155 

Gurr, James E 82 

Guthrie, Charles S 118 

Guthrie, Leon J 71 

Guthrie, Dr. Marshall C . . 25, 57 
Guyer, A. W 140 



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Haag, A. H 110 

Haas, G. C 136 

Haas, Reuben P 59 

Haas, Saul 22 

Haas, Victor H 28 

Habans, Paul B 120 

Haber, Charles G 75 

Hackensmith, Irwin C 38 

Hacker, Morris 139 

Hackleman, Will C 92 

Hackworth, Green H 14 

Hadley, Carl E.. 71 

Hadley, Clyde M 114 

Hadley, Evan W 83 

Hadley, John A 124 

Hagan, Thomas L 28 

Hager, Clint W 151 

Haggerty, John J 49,91 

Haggerty, Peter J 23 

Hagood, Maj. Gen. Johnson. 44 

Hahn, George P 156 

Hahn, John W 155 

Hahn, Julia L 140 

Haight, A. S 141 

Haines, Oscar G 102 

Haines, Maj. R. E 32 

Hale, Herbert C 159 

Haley, Sam S 20 

Hall, AlvinW 23 

Hall, Ansel F 63 

Hall, Bertram E 71 

Hall, Lt. Col. Charles L 36 

Hall, Clifford L 75 

Hall, Jesse R 82 

Hall, Maurice C 73 

Hall, Peirson M. 150 

Hall, Percival 144 

Hall, RoscoeC 65 

Hall, Samuel J - 27 

Hall, Walter J 77 

Hall, William H 92 

Halla, Maj. Carl 34 

Hallam, Paul L 58 

Hallanan, John P 159 

Hallenbeck, Cleve 71 

Haller , Clarence F 95 

Hallock, Emmet O 49 

Hallowell, William R 55 

Hallson, Oddie. 89 

Halpin, F. J.... 26 

Halstead, Col. Laurence 32 

Ham, David T 158 

Ham, Frank J 17 

Hambleton, James I 86 

Hamele, Ottamar 16 

Hamer, Samuel H 20 

Hamilton, George E 143 

Hamilton, John F 120 

Hamlet, Real Admiral H. G. 23 

Hamlin, C. S 116 

Hamm, Adolph S 87 

Hammack, William T 46 

Hammatt, Theodore D 96 

Hammer, J. A... 28 

Hammond, E. H 58 

Hammond, Walter W., Jr.. - . 28 

Hammons, James H 152 

Hamrick, Andrew M 71 

Hance, Emma 139 

Hanchett, L. T 27 

Hand, Augustus N 147 

Hand, Clarence F 71 

Hand, Learned 147 

Haniger, Walter J 47 

Hanley, James H 126 

Hanna, Agnes K 108 

Hanna, Hugh S 107 

Hanna, Margaret M 14 

Hanna, Wilbur S 58 

Hannay, Col. John R. R 44 

Hannum, Maj. R. H 37 

Hannum, Lt. Col. Warren T. 35 

Hanratty, Charles 150 

Hans, J 105 

Hansell, Col. Haywood S.._. 45 
Hansen, Arthur W 96 



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Hansen, Charles T 49 

Hansen, Hans 124 

Hanson, Alfred E 9 

Hanson, Karl B 86 

Haralson, Surg. M. F 26, 112 

Hardaway, Maj. F. P 32 

Hardaway, William T 123 

Hardie, W. V 109 

Hardy, Maj. E. N. 34 

Hardy, Erie L .. 71 

Hardy, Francis H 102 

Hare, Walter B 71 

Hargett, M. V 27 

Hargrove, Marion C 138 

Haring, Capt. Ellis E 63 

Harlan, John G 15 

Harley, Allen G 95 

Harman, Walter P 101 

Harmeling, Capt. Henry 41 

Harmon, Maj. K. B 38 

Harmon, Maj. Millard F 40 

Harmon, Raymond U 83 

Harmon, William J 22 

Harned, R. W._ 86 

Harney, Edward T 140 

Harper, Frederick W_ 28 

Harper, James E 15 

Harper, Sinclair 62 

Harper, Vincent 47 

Harpham, Vernon V 82 

Harr, William R 143 

Harraman, J. C 50 

Harriman, William O 82 

Harrington, A. W 62 

Harrington, Daniel 106 

Harrington, Guy P . . . . 56 

Harrington, John Lyle 118 

Harris, Lt. Col. Emmet R~ . 42 

Harris, Henry G... 54 

Harris, Jackson B 75 

Harris, John M 75 

Harris, Dr. Mary B 47 

Harris, Philip T 82 

Harrison, Col. C. L 37 

Harrison, C. W 96 

Harrison, Carter 17 

Harrison, J. Scott. 56 

Harrison, W. T 26 

Harrison, William K 59 

Harrison, William W 150 

Harsch, George W 108 

Hart, Prof. Albert Bushnell.. 144 

Hart, Carroll P 74 

Hart, D. H._ 158 

Hart, R. W 26 

Hart, Rear Admiral T. C 54 

Hart, William F 18 

Hartigan, Will H 96 

Hartley, Hugh H 101 

Hartman, George R__. 74 

Hartshorn, Col. Edwin S 44 

Hartsock, Col. Frederick 

McG 128 

Hartwell, F. Eugene 71 

Hartwell, O. W. 62 

Harvey, Albert W 158 

Harvey, John 56 

Harvey, T. Weed 69 

Harwood, H. W 113 

Hase, Col. William F __ 32 

Haskell, Frank B. 142 

Haskell, Mason L 78 

Hasseltine, H. E 25 

Hasson, Col. John P 45 

Hastings, Charles H 9 

Hatcher, Maj. J. S 37 

Hatchett, S. P.... 16 

Hatfield, Charles S 159 

Hathaway, Henry E 71 

Haugh, Joseph E 114 

Haun, Harvey W... 98 

Hauseman, Capt. D. N 37 

Hawkesworth, Charles W_ 58, 60 

Hawkins, Lon A 95 

Hawkins, Russell 119 

Hawkins, Washington 1 64 

Hawks, Emma B 69 

Hawley, Jean H 101 



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Hawley, Philo B 100 

Hawley, Willis C 144 

Haworth, Frank E_ 74 

Hay, Logan 143 

Haycock, Robert L 140 

Hayden, Beauford E 62 

Hayden, Benjamin F 124 

Haydon, Edith M 65 

Haydon, Emily .. 9 

Hayes, H. D 127 

Hayes, Johnson J.. 155 

Hayes, Montrose W .. 70 

Haykin, David J. 9 

Hayne, Col. Paul T 33 

Haynes, Edward M 100 

Haynie, Frank. 80 

Haynie, Willard S..„ 108 

Hays, Clark H. 77 

Hays, Reuben B_. 118 

Hayward, Henry A 21 

Hayward, Warren L 76 

Hazard, Daniel L 102 

Hazard, Henry B 107 

Hazen, M. C 139 

Head, Claude D., Jr 27 

Head, Middleton E 124 

Headley, Albert J 140 

Headley, Roy 80 

Healy, James S 77 

Healy, Robert E 114 

Heany, Thomas J 23 

Hearn, Williamson E... 85 

Hearne, Dr. C. A 112 

Hearst, Clarence E._ 15 

Hearst, Sir William 131 

Heck, Nicholas H 102 

Hecker, Henry W„ 94 

Hector, Archie C 58 

Hedges, Joseph H 105, 106 

Hedley, Oswald F 27 

Hedrick, Elmer T 103 

Heffelfinger, William T 117 

Hefferman, Daniel J 46 

Heid, John L 84 

Heidt, Col. Grayson V 44 

Heintzelman, Maj. Gen. 

Stuart 32,45 

Heiser, Edwin S 127 

Heister, Eugene B 48 

Hellman, Florence S. 9 

Hellweg, Capt. J. F 52 

Helmer, Arthur C 49 

Helvering, Guy T 16 

Henderson, Charles W 106 

Henderson, Clarence B 74 

Henderson, Walter C. 86 

Henderson, William B 99 

Hendricks, Sterling B 84 

Hendrickson, Bertram H 85 

Hengstlei , Herbert C 14 

Henkel, Edward 52 

Heniici, Hermann C 78 

Henry, C. C 104 

Henry, Maj. Gen. Guy V 31 

Henry, Louis Fitz 148 

Hentz, Roger P. 124 

Hepburn, Rear Admiral A. J_ 54 

Herbert, Cbailes A 106 

Herbert, Clara W... 139 

Herbert, Capt. George F 42 

Herbst, Col. George 32 

Heritage, Maj. Aithur M 4-5 

Herman, Maj. FiederickW.. 36 

Hernandez, Jaime 41 

Herndon, L. C 126 

Herrick, Chauncey W 19 

Herrick, Horace T 83,96 

Herrmann, D 103 

Herrold, Charles H 74 

Herrold, William C 75 

Herschler, J. Barton 64 

Herson, James F 118 

Hertzog, C. D 121 

Hesen, Herman O., Jr 100 

Hess, Emory K „ 93 

Hess, George W 9 

Hess, Paul.— 71 

Hesse, Henry A 121 



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Hester, Evett D 99 

Heterick, R. H... 25 

Heuchele, Granville L 100 

Hewes, George P 18 

Hewes, Laurence I 90 

Hewes, Thomas 15 

Hewitt, J. N. B.. 131 

Heyer, Hobait E. 71 

Heysinger, Col. James D 35 

Heywang, Burt W 76 

Hiatt, William H 47 

Hibbard, Carl D.... 124 

Hibbard, FoyN 72 

Hickam, Lt. Col. Horace M. 40 

Hickenlooper, Smith 148 

Hickerson, J. B. L 39 

Hickman, Col. Edwin A 43 

Hickmon, Walter C_ 71 

Hicks, f ol. George L 45 

Hicks, Xenophon 148 

Higbie, E. C 140 

Higgins, Elmer 100 

Higgins, Raymond T 33 

Higman, William E. H 21 

Hildreth, Charles JN., Jr 150 

Hildrith, Burton W 47 

Hill, Benjamin D 98 

Hill, E. Coke.. 149 

Hill, Ephraim A 93 

Hill, H. D_... 104 

Hill, Harry B 106 

Hill, Harry W 57 

Hill, Henry C 47 

Hill, Jesse 131 

Hill, John Bright... 21 

Hill, John Philip 128 

Hill, Joseph A... 97 

Hiller, Adelbert D 122 

Hillyer, Arthur S 98 

Hiltabidle, Lt. Wm. O., Jr__ 53 

Hilton, Hubei C 81 

Himmelsbach, Clifton K 28 

Hinckley, Capt. H. D 24 

Hinckley, Ira N 17 

Hincks, Carroll C 150 

Hine, Harry O 140 

Hines, Frank T 122 

Hingsburg, Frederick C 101 

Hird, Fred S 152 

Hird, Commander Harry B._ 52 

Hirleman, Arden L.. 77 

Hironimus, Helen C 47 

Hirsch, Arthur J 97 

Hiscox, Joseph W 69 

Hitch, Edgar T 123 

Hitchens, G. W 101 

Hitt, Isaac R 142 

Hitz, William 160 

Hoadley, Frank M 31 

Hoage, Robert J 122 

Hobbs, H. W 36 

Hobgood, Guy 59 

Hochstedler, Charles E 137 

Hodgdon, A. Dana 14 

Hodge, Mrs. Agnes M 22 

Hodges, Frank. 119 

Hodges, Henry W. 160 

Hodges, Lt. Col. John N 36 

Hodgeson, H. H 61 

Hodgson, James F_. 98 

Hodgson, Maj. Paul A... 138,143 

Hoeltzel, Lloyd C 118 

Hof, Maj. Gen. Samuel 36 

Hoffman, Arthur F. C. 81 

Hoffman, George E 150 

Hoffman, Col. George M 35 

Hoffman, Jacob— 47 

Hofford, Samuel W 156 

Hoffses, G. Raymond 100 

Hoge, Alvin W 50 

Hoge, VaneM. 27 

Hoidale, Paul A 95 

Hoiland, Arthur H - 51 

Hoke, F. Roy 19 

Holbrook, Clara B 136 

Holbrook, F. S 100 

Holcomb, Elward W 72 

Holden, Frank A 120 



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Holden, Henry M 158 

Holdt, George G- 27 

Holland, John W 150 

Holland, Leicester B 9 

Holliday, John H_. 41 

Holliday, Willett H 93 

Hollingshead, Frank A 23 

Hollingsworth, W . Y 26 

Hollzer, Harry E 150 

Holman, George E 87 

Holmes, Clarence L 90 

Holmes, Edwin R 154 

Holmes, John Q 88 

Holmes, Kirk.... 53 

Holmes, Ronald M 63 

Holmes, W.N 104 

Holmes ,William E 140 

Holmes, William H 122 

Hoist, John H. 58 

Holt, Edwin M 29,58 

Holt, Lester M 58 

Holt, R. W__._ 140 

Holt, Richard B 27 

Holt, William A. 19 

Holt, William I.... 91 

Holton, Douglas W._.. 139 

Holtzclaw, Henry J 23 

Holtzman, Charles H._ 21 

Holzheimer, William A 149 

Hommon, Harry B 29 

Hon, NokaB.. 27 

Hood, Ozni P 105 

Hoofnagle, Gervis W 100 

Hooks, Hilary G. 123 

Hooper, Lionel E 25 

Hooper, Norman Y 28 

Hooper, Capt. Stanford C . . . 51 

Hoopes, Capt. Edward T 53 

Hoover, Dickerson N 102 

Hoover, Herbert... 143 

Hoover, J. Harold 92 

Hoover, John Edgar 46 

Hoover, LeClaire.. 114 

Hopkins, F. M 103 

Hopkins, Frank J 79 

Hopkins, Harry L 136 

Hopkins, Isabelle Mott 108 

Hopkins, Lewis M. 101 

Hopkins, Omar C 29 

Hopkins, Richard J 152 

Hopkins, S. G 121 

Hopper, Pearl 121 

Hoppin, Capt. Bushrod 40 

Horcher, Charles H 74 

Hord, Leon B 33 

Horn, Everett E 87 

Hornaday, F. A 143 

Hornbeck, Stanley K. 14 

Horner, Charles F 135 

Hornlein, Otto 75 

Horton, A. H 61 

Horton, Albert C, Jr 56 

Horton, Edgar C 71 

Horton, James A 114 

Hosinski, Al. W... 152 

Hoskins, John K 29 

Hostetler, Theodore A 103 

Hottel, Capt. J. F 24 

Houck, Ulysses G 73 

Hough, Benson W 156 

Hough, Rear Admiral H. H. 54 

Hough, Philip R 64 

Hough, Capt. Romeyn B 40 

Hough, Walter 134 

Houghland, Maj. Howard J. 44 

Houlahen, James 21 

House, Roscoe 101 

Houston, H. I 103 

Hovde, Martin R 70 

Hoverson, C. T 124 

Hovorka, Joseph W 75 

Howard, B.J 96 

Howard, Dr. Earl D 135 

Howard, George C 99 

Howard, Harley 19 

Howard, Lt. Col. John H..._ 40 

Howe, Frederic C 67 

Howe, Harland B. 158 



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Howe, James M 71 

Howe, Louis McHenry 13 

Howe, Walter E 77 

Howell, Capt. C. F 24 

Howells, John M 130 

Howes, William W... 50 

Howze, Lt. Col. Marion W.. 43 

Hoyman, Harry J 76 

Hoyt, Avery S.... 94 

Hoyt, H. Harrison 88 

Hoyt, Ira F. 14 

Hoyt, James A 119 

Hoyt, R. C 154 

Hubbard, Charles H... 101 

Hubbard, Harry S. 157 

Hubbard, Henry D 100 

Hubbard, Henry V 130 

Huber, E. E... 26 

Hudelson, C. H 124 

Hudlow, T. A 142 

Hudson, Georgy E 23 

Hudson, H. H 112 

Hudspeth, Cooper... 149 

Hudspeth, Robert H 47 

Huffman, Pleasant J., Jr 74 

Huggins, Col. John B 35 

Hughes, Addie A 136 

Hughes, Berne P 71 

Hughes, Charles Evans.. 143, 147 

Hughes, Fred J 90 

Hughes, George P 122 

Hughes, Brig. Gen. John H._ 31 

Hughes, Thomas L 99 

Hukriede, Theodore W 154 

Hulbirt, Harry H 15 

Hull, Cordell 14, 120 

Hull, John A 41 

Hull, William C..__ 121 

Humber, Col. Robert C 33 

Hume, Maj. Edgar E 35 

Humes, Elizabeth... 99 

Hummel, Arthur W 9 

Hummer, E. A... 140 

Hummer, Harry R... 58 

Humphrey, Col. E. H 42 

Humphrey, George W 47 

Humphrey, J. H. K 112 

Humphrey, Joseph W 82 

Humphrey, William E_. 114,144 

Humphreys, William J 70 

Hunnewell, Lt. Comdr. F. A. 23 

Hunt, Donald J 27 

Hunt, Henry T 135 

Hunt, L. W 99 

Hunt, Mabel G. 69 

Hunt, Col. William E 43 

Hunter, John G_. 59 

Hunter, O. F 103 

Hunter, Capt. Robert C 42 

Hunter, Walter A.. 47 

Huntington, Col. P. W 35 

Hupp, Charley M 39 

Hurja, Emil E 135 

Hurley, J. R 30 

Hurley, John S 46 

Hurst, B. Price 66 

Hurst, Capt. W. C 34 

Husband, W. W 107 

Husbands, Sam 118 

Huse, Edward A 9,131 

Hussey, Ralph W 81 

Husted, James E 23 

Husting, Berthold J 159 

Huston, Charles D 17 

Hutcheson, Joseph C, Jr 148 

Hutchings, Maj. Henry, Jr.. 36 

Hutchins, Lew W 18 

Hutchinson, Ernest P 20 

Hutchison, A. E 119 

Hutchison, Harvey M... 41 

Hutchison, William J 71 

Hutson, John B 68 

Hutson, Richard W 157 

Hutton, Andrew 81 

Hutton, Col. Paul C 44 

Hyde, Herbert K 156 

Hyde, James H._ 58 

Hyde, Roger D 76 



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Hyland, George M 122 

Hyslop, James A 86 



Ickes, Harold L 56, 66, 115, 127, 135 

Ide, John J 125 

Iglesias, Santiago. 41 

Igoe, Frank L 21 

Ijams, George E 122 

Imes, Marion 78 

Imler, Fern A 78 

Imperial, Carlos 41 

Inbody, E. F._ 30 

Inch, Robert A 155 

Inderlied, O. K — . 137 

Ing, John C 57 

Iiey, Elmer L 16 

Irvine, Maj. Elroy S. J 44 

Irwin, Fairfax. 29 

Irwin, John F 82 

Ise. Walter J.... 68 

Isern , A ntonio Fernos 41 

Ives, Leland D 92 

Ivie, William N 149 

J 

Jackson, Brownlow 155 

Jackson, Charles E 100 

Jackson, Edwin R 74 

Jackson, F. R 28 

Jackson, Guy S 74 

Jackson, Harold C _._. 99 

Jackson, Lawrence W 66 

Jackson, Martin L 64 

Jackson, Roy E 77 

Jackson, Col. Thomas H 35 

Jackson, William F 57 

Jacobs, F. C -- 149 

Jacobs, Frank G. 18 

Jacobs, H. H - 103 

Jacobs, Capt. Lynwood B... 40 

Jacobs, Paul Burke 84 

Jacobs, Sydney R 16 

Jacobson, Maj. Benjamin L. 45 

Jacobson, Julius H 91 

Jaeckel, Herman 56 

Jaffrey, Julia K... — 47 

Jaggar, Thomas B., Jr 61 

James, Edwin W 89 

James, George R 116 

James, Samuel H.. 124 

James, William P 150 

Jameson, John Franklin 9 

Jamieson, George S 84 

Jamison, Thomas H... 56 

Janes, Lionel L... 91 

Jarboe, C. G 103 

Jarboe, James H 71 

Jardine, James T 69 

Jared, Sam, Jr 122 

Jarnagin, R. L 122 

Jarrett, J. W... 118 

Jav, Robert 78 

Jeffers, L. M 96 

Jeffries, Iven 18 

Jeffries, J. R 141 

Jehle, Joseph M. 74 

Jenison, Joseph S 74 

Jenkins, Perry W 137 

Jenkinson, J. W 113 

Jenks, Lt. Col. G. F 38 

Jenks, Capt. R. G 34 

Jennings, C. B 113 

Jennings, Edward H 121 

Jennings, Lester C 78 

Jensen, E. Willard 135 

Jensen, Leslie 17 

Jensen, Thomas D— 57, 149 

Jerman, Cornelia P 18 

Jermin, Frank 71 

Jett, E. K 126 

Jewell, Homer W 89 

Jewett, Stanley G 87 

Johannes, Guy 111 

Johns, Maj. Dwight F 36 

Johnson, A. E 62 



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Johnson, Albert W 156 

Johnson, Ben 118 

Johnson, Berkeley 62 

Johnson, Burnett C 75 

Johnson, Edward C 55 

Johnson, Maj. Elza C 33 

Johnson, Ernest R 92 

Johnson, Frank M 56 

Johnson, Fred W 56 

Johnson, George L 124 

Johnson, Mrs. Gertrude B.__ 47 

Johnson, Har ley N 71 

Johnson, Harold H 62 

Johnson, Hay den 110 

Johnson, Henry A 29 

Johnson, Hersohel V 14 

Johnson, Hugh S 135 

Johnson, John B 75 

Johnson, Col. John O 127 

Johnson, Lewis H 48 

Johnson, Livingston S 138 

Johnson, Mordecai W 66 

Johnson, Otis B 114 

Johnson, Paul E 73 

Johnson, Read _. 123 

Johnson, S. B 24 

Johnson, Thomas F 19 

Johnson, Tillman D 158 

Johnson, Walter 49 

Johnson, Lt. Col. William A. 36 

Johnson, Zeke 64 

Johnston, Augusta F 89 

Johnston, Carl A 74 

Johnston, Harry F 100 

Johnston, John W 49 

Johnston, Oscar 67 

Johnston, V. D 66 

Jolley, Herbert B 59 

Jollift'e, C. B .... 126 

Jones, B. E 61 

Jones, Charles A 120 

Jones, Charles D 57 

Jones, Charles S 78 

Jones, Commander Claude A. 52 

Jones, Claude D 48,142 

Jones, David B 84 

Jones, Edwin H 71 

Jones, Eric W 47 

Jones, George M 95 

Jones, Grosvenor M 98 

Jones, Harris A. 71 

Jones, Henry C 17 

Jones, James 71 

Jones, James E 67 

Jones, Jesse H 118 

Jones, Kenneth B 142 

Jones, Lewis A 90 

Jones, Marshall T 98 

Jones, Melvin 30 

Jones, Paul 156 

Jones, Paul F 152 

Jones, Roy R 27 

Jones, Thomas E 66 

Jones, Thomas J 82 

Jones, Twyman S 141 

Jones, Willard F 19 

Jordan, Edwin W 123 

Jordan, Col. Harry B 43 

Jordan, First Lt. James B 40 

Jordan, John Y 155 

Jordan, Lt. Col. R.H 34 

Joseph, Thomas L 106 

Joss, Jesse W 77 

Joy, ArdoW 78 

Joyce, LeRoy 19 

Joyce, Matthew M 153 

Joyce, R. E., Jr 20 

Joyes, Col. J. W 3« 

Joyner, Newell F 64 

Judd, Lawrence M 66 

Julian, Hurst R 64 

Julian, W. A 15 

Julien, Albert H 76 

Julihn, Carl E 106 

Jump, W. A 68 

Junkin, C.J 98 

Jurwitz, Louis R 71 



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Justice, Alonzo A 71 

Justin, Miner M 92 

Juve, Oscar A 115 

K 

Kadel, Benjamin C 70 

Kahn, Samuel 38 

Kaiser, Albert W 103 

Kalbach, Lewis A 60 

Kale, Allen B 157 

Kalloch, Parker C 29 

Kalmbach, Edwin R 86 

Kane, William A 15 

Kantrowitz, Morris S 9 

Kariger, F 111 

Karsner, John W 114 

Kasel, Rudolph G 62 

Kauffman, Rodger R 96 

Kaufman, Elmer E 91 

Kaufman, Isaac H 76 

Kay, Gustave A 74 

Keane, John C 84 

Kear, Paul W 158 

Kearney, George 46 

Kearney, Louis E 126 

Kearney, Robert E 71 

Kearney, Thomas H 79 

I^earny, Warren 21 

Keck, I. E 141 

Keck, Una H 121 

Keech, Richmond B 139 

Keefe, William J 160 

Keefer, Perry L 56 

Keelty, Capt. F. J 34 

Keen, Walter H 29 

Keenan, Frank J 118 

Keenan, J. Hilary 156 

Keeton, Walter 33 

Kehoe, Joseph W 149 

Kehr, R. W 29 

Keiffer, Thomas B 48 

Keim, Alfred H 49 

Keithley, Everard S 81 

Kelleher, Warrant Officer 

Bernard V 38 

Keller, Col. W. L 35 

Kellerman , Karl F 79 

Kelley, Earl F 89 

Kelley, EvanW 80 

Kelley, Robert F 14 

Kelley, William T 114 

Kellogg, Miss Ruth M 108 

Kelly, Edward J 140 

Kelly, Ernest 78 

Kelly, Frederick J 60 

Kelly, John 24 

Kelly, L. E 141 

Kelly, Walter E 49 

Kelsey, Jay V 88 

Kelton, Maj. Edwin C 36 

Kemmerich, Joseph 100 

Kemp, Master Sgt. Elmer... 38 

Kemper, John M 78 

Kempf, G. A 25 

Kempfl. Rear Admiral C. S. 54 

Kenake, Louis T 160 

Kendall, James L 71 

Kendrick, Wayne 143 

Kenefick, Thomas M 19 

Kennamer, Charles B 149 

Kennamer, Franklin E 156 

Kennamer, Thomas J 149 

Kenne, Fred H 17 

Kennedy, A. R 104 

Kennedy, Edward D 75 

Kennedy, First Lt. Emile T. 40 

Kennedy, Gerald S 71 

Kennedy, J. Thomas 138 

Kennedy, James R 91 

Kennedy, John J 22 

Kennedy, Peter M 120 

Kennedy, Sidney J 22 

Kennedy, Thomas Blake 159 

Kennedy, William T 74 

Kennedy, Thomas M 158 

Kent, Sidney H 33 



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Kenyon, William S... 148 

Kerin, Austin H 158 

Kerlin, Malcolm 97 

Kern, Walter E 139 

Kerr, Brownie H 30 

Kerr, John W 29 

Kerrigan, Frank H 150 

Kershner, Hugh C 74 

Kervin, William H 9 

Kerwin, Hugh L 107 

Kessler, William 62 

Ketcham, Charles A 53 

Ketchum, Charles C 62 

Keville, William J 153 

Keyes, Joseph 87 

Keyser, A. E 102 

Keyser, Elgie M 71 

Keyser, Louis P 102 

Kibbie, Robert C 38 

Kidd, R. C. 122 

Kidder, Arthur D 56 

Kidwell, Wilber R 74 

Kiehl, Lt. Col. P. J. R 37 

Kieley, John 15 

Kielland, Rolf H 114 

Kienholz, Ben U 91 

Kiesselbach, Wilhelm 133 

Kiessling, Oscar E 106 

Kilbourne, Brig. Gen. 

Charles E 31,129 

Kilby, Edwin L 15 

Killeen, Margaret M 143 

Kilner, Maj. Walter G 31 

Kimball, George W 81 

Kimlel, John E 96 

Kincer, Joseph B 70 

Kincheloe, David H 160 

King, Arnold J 91 

King, B. R 141 

King, Clyde L 67 

King, E. P 16. 

King, Maj. Gen. Edward L._ 4J 

King, Eric T 98 

King, Rear Admiral Ernest J. 52, 
125, 129 

King, Frank A 158 

King, Harold D 101 

King, InsleeC 157 

King, J. M 112 

King, M.K 27 

King, Marion R 26 

King, Rex 81 

King, Samuel A 74 

King, W. Harry 65 

King, Walter W 29 

King, Warren R 62 

King, William H 130 

King, William V 113 

Kingsbury, Joseph J 123 

Kingsbury, Walter 92 

Kinnan, William A 103 

Kinney, John N SI 

Kinnison, H. B 62 

Kinsell, W. L 65 

Kinsey, Raymond D 29 

Kirby, Francis L 81 

Kirby, John I 57 

Kirby, Paul L 142 

Kircher, Joseph C 83 

Kirk, John R 19 

Kirk, Paul H 91 

Kirkland, Mineola 140 

Kirkpatrick, George D. D... 56 

Kirkpatrick, R. Z 111 

Kirkpatrick, William H 156 

Kirtland, Col. Roy C 43 

Kisliuk, Max, Jr 94 

Kitch, James B 59 

Kitchen, Clarence W 90 

Kittredge, Frank A 63 

Kitzhofer, Joseph H 75 

Kjaer, Swen 107 

Klapp, Edgar A 131 

Klath, Thormod C 99 

Klecka, August 153 

Klee, Harry M 52 

Klein, Charles A 77 



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Klinge, E.F 104 

Kloeber, Royall O 30 

Klose, Charles R 23 

Klossner, H. J 118 

Knaebel, Ernest 147 

Knarr, Aurel J...: 71 

Kneale, Albert H 59 

Kneeland, Hildegarde 94 

Kneipp, Leon F 80 

Knibbs. James J 23 

Knight, C. P 25 

Knight, Henry G 83 

Knight, Howard L 69 

Knight, John 155 

Knight, Samuel 143 

Knorr, George W 74 

Knotts, M. K 105 

Knowles, Louis 87 

Knowlton, Daniel W 109 

Knowlton, John F 153 

Knox, Arthur R 18 

Knox, Capt. Dudley W 51 

Knox, James H 50 

Knox, John Clark 155 

Koch, Edward W 98 

Koch, Egmont Eugene 148 

Koch, Frederick L 115 

Koch, Henry A 142 

Koen, Henry R 83 

Koentz, Christian H ■„ 59 

Kohn, Robert D 135 

Kolb, Dr. Lawrence 25,47 

Kolster, Charles C 126 

Komp, William W 29 

Koonce, George W 35 

Kopiand, David V 78 

Korn, William A 30 

Kotok, Edward I 80 

Krafft, C, F 104 

Krake, Loren W 78 

Kramer, Stephen E 140 

Krantz, Earl B 76 

Kranz, Harrv T 121 

Kratz, Frederick W 27 

Kratz, John Aubel 65 

Kreager, Paul T 88 

Kreuger, Theo 81 

Kreutzer, William R 81 

Krigbaum, Clarence R 19 

Krisel, Alexander 160 

Kritt, Abraham A 75 

Kromer, Wilson H 112 

Krulish, Emil 25 

Krummes, William T 88 

Kubach, William F 62 

Kuchler, Rudolph 137 

Kuehl, Frank W 118 

Kuehling, B. R 141 

Kuehn, William R 93 

Kuentz, Maj. Oscar O 36 

Kuhns, John C 82 

Kunkel, G. M 30 

Kunsman, Charles H 84 

Kyte, G. W 131 

L 

LaBaie, Arthur J 97 

LaBoiteaux, E. M 98 

La Budde, Otto A 17 

Lackland, Maj. Frank D 40 

Lackore, James C 121 

Lacombe, Burton C 64 

Lacy, Mary G 90 

La Dame, Miss Mary 108 

Ladd, Samuel T 22 

Lafount, Harold A 126 

La Framboise, A. A 160 

Lahm, Col. Frank P __ 39 

Laird, A. H., Jr 109 

Lake, Gleason C 26 

Lakin, Edgar Morton 158 

Lamb, Benjamin A 140 

Lamb, W. A 62 

Lamoureux, V. B 29 

Lamprey, Howard A 68 

Lanagan, Maj. William H.__ 36 



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Land, Rear Admiral Em- 
ory S 52 

Landenberger, Capt. G. B.__ 55 

Landers, E 103 

Landick, George, Jr 50 

Landman, Adrian M 58 

Landon, Cedric R 87 

Landon, E. G 34 

Landrum, M. S 19 

Lane, B.H.. 60 

Lane, C. H 65 

Lane, Clayton B 99 

Lane, Brig. Gen. Rufus H... 53 

Langley, T. F 16 

Langston, Jas. T 18 

Langworthy, James N 81 

Lanham, Clifford 139 

Lanier, Powless W 155 

Lankford, Jesse W 97 

Lanphier, Edward S 101 

Lansdale, Robert T 57 

Lansdon, W. C 116 

Lapham, Macy H 85 

Largy, Charles B 18 

Larimer, Rear Admiral E. B. 52 

Larkin, Maj . Thomas B 36 

Larrabee, Anne 108 

Larrimer, Walter H . 85 

Larson, A dolph 64 

Larson, Edwin G 71 

Larson, Ernest O 62 

Larson, J. Edward 17 

La Rue, Charles 50 

La Salle, Jessie 140 

Lasche, Percival G 124 

Lassly, Roy F 56 

Lathe, F. M 103 

Lathrop, William T 71 

Latimer, J. Austin 49 

Latimer, Louise P 139 

Latta, M. C 13 

Lattimore, Robert B 95 

Laubenheimer, Henry C. W. 151 

Lauber, Calvin G 141 

Laughlin, H. E 16 

Laughlin, James L 124 

Lauman, Commander P.C... 52 

Lauriat, Capt. P. W 23 

Lauten, Gustave 140 

Lavinder, Claude H 25 

Lawrence, Aubrey D 50 

Lawrence, Charles D 46 

Lawrence, David L 17 

Lawrence, Harold L .. 28 

Lawrence, R. L 26 

Lawrie, Lee 130 

Laws, Rear Admiral G. W__. 55 

Lawson, Edward B 99 

Lawson, L. M 132 

Lawson, Wm. V 135 

Lawson, William W 74 

Lawton, Edwin M 31 

Layfield, Harry 102 

Lay the, Leo L 87 

Leach, Maj. Gen. George E__ 41 

Leach, Glen C 100 

Leahy, Rear Admiral William 

D... 52 

Leake, J. P 25 

Lear, Col. Ben 44 

Leary, John B. R 94 

Lea veil, Byrd 16 

Leaver, Edmund S 106 

Leavitt, Ernest P 63 

Leavitt, Julian 9 

Lee, Emery H 127 

Lee, J. H 141 

Lee, Lasley 62 

Lee, William Burch 153 

Lee, William E 109 

Leech, J. Russell 116 

Leedom, Chester N 157 

Lees, Fred 68 

Leese, M. A 143 

LeFevre 1 , Robert 30 

Le Hand, Marguerite A 13 

Lehman, Paul M... 65 



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Lehmann, Henry C 31 

Leich hardt , C hester A 88 

Leighou, John V 81 

Leighty, Clyde E 79 

Leisenring, L. M 143 

Leister, Austin J 85 

Lemon, Frank K 152 

Lemon, Maj. George F 45 

Lennan, Chaplain Thomas J. 32 

Lenow, Capt. C. B 34 

Lenroot, Irvine L 159 

Lenroot, Katharine F 108 

Lentz, Lt. Col. Bernard 32 

Leonard, F. Morton 115 

Leonard, Harry B 77 

Leonard, J. J 108 

Le Prince, Joseph A 29 

LeRoy, A. R 119 

Leslie, Frank E 124 

Letterman, O. J 140 

Letts, F. Dickinson 160 

Letts, Ira Lloyd 157 

Letts, Joseph C 35 

Le Van, J. H 29 

Levy, Edith McDowell 137 

Levy, Edward A 38 

Lewers, A. M 103 

Lewis, Albert.. 19 

Lewis, Benton O 28 

Lewis, Maj. Burton O.. 43 

Lewis, Elmer J 22 

Lewis, Ernest I 109 

Lewis, George W 125 

Lewis, Henry G 85 

Lewis, James F .. 28 

Lewis, John V 17 

Lewis, Lew W 111 

Lewis, Mitchel D 109 

Lewis, Nolan D. C .. 65 

Lewis, Robert E 148 

Lewis, Wallace .. 60 

Lewis, Walter K 77 

Lewton, Capt. (E) T. G 24 

Libbey, E. W .. 97 

Licking, Lewis A .. 76 

Liddell, T. J 25 

Liek, Harry J .. 63 

Light, Frank P 57 

Lightfoot, J. H 103 

Lillard, R. Q 157 

Lillie, R. D 26 

Lincoln, F. B .. 24 

Lincoln, Gatewood S .. 110 

Lincoln, Newton E 48 

Lincoln, Lt. Col. Rush B..__ 42 

Lind, Master Sgt. Fred .. 32 

Lindbergh, Col. Charles A... 125 

Linden, Bernard H 126 

Linder, William V 20 

Lindgren, Gustave S 71 

Lindhe, J. B .. 103 

Lindholm, S. Q_... 139 

Lindley, Robert T 71 

Lindley, Walter C 152 

Lindquist, Rubert J 118 

Lindsay, Melville D 138 

Lindsey, A 103 

Lindsey, Claude 35 

Lineberry, Richard A 85 

Lineburg, H. W 141 

Ling, Charles S 71 

Linsert, Capt. Henry 42 

Linson, J. H 25 

Lintner, John J 77 

Linton, Fred B 96 

Lippincott, Col. Aubrey 31 

Lippincott, C. A 24 

Lipps, Oscar H 59 

Lipscomb, J. P 120 

Lisle, Raymond L 78 

Litterer, Charles H 120 

Little, G. M 141 

Littlefield, E. A 124 

Littlefield, O. A 24 

Littlejohn, Maj. Robert M__ 67 

Littleton, Benjamin II 159 

Livengood, Charles A 99 



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Livingston, Penn P. .. 62 

Lloyd, Bolivar J 25,144 

Lloyd, William A . _ 69 

Loafman, Melvin R 16 

Lobdell, James S 55 

Lockett, Thomas II 99 

Lockwood, John E 71 

Lockwood, R. L 137 

Loeffler, F. A 103 

Logan, Eugene A... 91 

Logan, George L 55 

Logan, John P 156 

Logan, William E 96 

Lohman, Harry R... 140 

Lollar, Ernest E 78 

Lombard, Charles M._. 75 

Lombard, M. S 25 

Long, Boaz 135 

Long, Clark R 23 

Long, Denis L._ 54 

Long, Howard II 140 

Long, Dr. John D 25, 144 

Longanecker, Lt. Col. Ira 44 

Longino, B art T 92 

Looff, Adolph T 100 

Lord, Maj. K. P 34 

Lorente, Dr. Sebastian. 144 

Lorenz, Max O 109 

Lorimer, George Horace 137 

Lorton, Eugene 131 

Lott, Brig. Gen. Abraham G. 32 

Louderback, Harold 150 

Loughlin, G. F 61 

Lounsbur y , FredH 65 

Lovejoy, James E 74 

Lovell, William S 149 

Lovett, Ernest K.. 71 

Loving, Hamilton I 80 

Loving, Lt. Col. J. J 36 

Lowe, Austin E 96 

Lowell, James Arnold 153 

Lowell, John W., Jr. 80 

Lowery, F. W 30 

Lowrey, B. G 153 

Lowrey, John M 26 

Lowry, Edward G., Jr 15 

Lowry, Ralph 62 

Lubin, Isador 107 

Lucas, Commander R. L 24 

Luce, Robert F 102 

Ludlun, II. B 135 

Ludwig, Charles J., Jr 101 

Lueders, Alfred 133 

Luedtke, Charles L 92 

Luhring, Oscar R 160 

Lukens, Richard R 101 

Lukesh, Col. Gustave R 36 

Lull, Lt. Col. Charles E. T_. 43 

Lull, Lt. Col. George F 35 

Lumsden, L. L... 25 

Lusby, Jackson C 133 

Luttrell, Ralph J 68 

Lyle, Roy C 20 

Lyle, Samuel P 90 

Lyman, Maj. Albert K. B... 36 

Lyman, Harold D 27 

Lymer, William B 151 

Lynch, Col. Arthur J 45 

Lynch, John 120 

Lynch, John E 39 

Lynch, Robert E 138 

Lynch, Thomas B 18 

Lynch, Thomas M 22 

Lynch, William H 90 

Lyon, C. E 99 

Lyon, Lt. Col. James A 42 

Lyon, Maj. Leon E 43 

Lyons, Eugene S__ 85 

Lyons, Frank L 93 

Lyons, Joseph II 21 

Lyons, Thos. E 98 

Lyons, William C 49 

Lytle, James G... 18 

Mc 

McAfee, Lt. Col. Larry B... 35 
McAlister, William C 19 



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McAllister, Addams S_ 100 

McAndrews, John H. E 14 

McArdle, LeRoy P.. 74 

McAtee, Waldo L... 86 

McAuliffe, Joseph P... 71 

McAuliffe, Maurice J 121 

McAuliffe, W. J. B 60 

McAvoy, Charles D 156 

McBride, Frank F 50 

McBride, Harry A.. 14 

McBride, Walter L 20 

McBryde, Charles N 76 

McCabe, Charles M 17 

McCabe, Louis L 126 

McCain, Arthur C 82 

McCain, Francis M 152 

McCain, Maj. Gen. Henry P. 128 
McCain, Lt. Col. Wm. A„~ 31 

McCall, Arthur G 84 

McCall, Max A 79 

McCall, William R____ 75 

McCamant, Wallace.. 144 

McCampbell, Frank H 92 

McCandliss, Donald A 91 

McCarl, J. R 117 

McCarl, Scott C 20 

McCarthy, William G 118 

McCarthy, Wilson 118 

McCartney, Warrant Officer 

Henry A 37 

McCashin, C. E 62 

McCauley, Harry T 19 

McCauley, William 122 

McClanahan, Wm 157 

McClellan, Leslie N 62 

McClelland, Charles P 160 

McClelland, E. M 116 

McClelland, Thomas B 69 

McClintic, George W 159 

McClintock, James K 143 

McClintock, Thomas E 119 

McClure, Herbert J 46 

McClure, W. v...". 156 

McClurgJRoy J 72 

McComb,tHaroldE.___ 102 

McComb, J. Baldwin 124 

McConnell, Hubert F 141 

McConville, Arthur H 68 

McCord, Alan R__ 57 

McCorkle, George.. 114 

McCormick, Paul, Jr_ 78 

McCormick, Paul J 150 

McCown, Walter B 59 

McCoy, Ellis E 77 

McCoy, George W 25 

McCoy, Horace L 122 

McCrary, John R 155 

McCray, Ernest R._ 59 

McCrory, Samuel H 90 

McCroskey, W. E._ 120 

McCuen, James H 54 

McCulloch, Albert B 23 

McCulloch, Charles N 62 

McCullough, Ellsworth W__ 47 

M cCullough, Halle D 59 

McDermott, F. P 105 

McDermott, George T 148 

McDermott, Michael J 14 

McDonald, James.. 76 

McDonald, James W 22 

McDonald, Joseph A 149 

McDonald, Lt. Col. Robert 

C 35 

McDonald, Robert E 95 

McDonald, Willard F 70 

McDonald, William A 77 

McDonell, William J 127 

McDonnell, C. C 96 

McDonnell, J. A 40 

McDonough, Clarence 135 

McDorman, Charles L 18 

McDougal, Col. Douglas C._ 53 

McDowell, John C 78 

McEntee, J. J 136 

McFadden, James G _ 31 

McFadyen, A. D 104 

McFarland, Lt. Col. Earl—. 31 
McFarland, Frank.. 50 



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McFarland, J. C. 117 

McGarrigle, Maj. C. A 34 

McGinn, Edward A. 123 

McGinness, J. W 141 

McGinty, George B... 109 

McGlashan, H. D... 62 

McGonegal, Alfred R _. 139 

McGoodwin, Preston.. 135 

McGowan, George T 17 

McGrady, Edward F 107,135 

McGrath, Edward 50 

McGregor, Archie N 75 

McGregor, Clifford J 72 

McGregor, James H... 59 

McGrew, John L. 16 

McGuigan, Joseph J Ill, 112 

McGuire, Michael W 75 

McGuire, O. R 117 

McHale, Cecil J 139- 

McHugh, Glenn 67 

McHugh, William O 76 

Mcllvaine, C. A Ill 

Mclnteer, Sarah M 79 

Mcintosh, James W 21 

Mcintosh, Lt. Col. Lawrence 

W 45 

Mclntyre, Col. Augustine... 32 

Mclntyre, Charles W 79 

Mclntyre, Marvin H 1& 

McKaig, Nelson, Jr 85 

McKay, Capt. George A 53 

McKee, John K 118 

McKeeby, Col. George L 43 

McKenna, Owen P 22* 

McKennan, Russell B 83 

McKenney, Frank D. 87 

McKeon, Thomas F 97 

McKibben, Walter M 19 

McKimmie, Simon 138 

McKinley, Maj. Gen. James 

F 32 

McKinney, E. Kirk 120 

McKinney, Guy D 136 

McKinney, Joe H 126 

McKneely, T. B 27 

McKune, Emery F 92 

McLane, A. V 157 

McLaughlin, Allan J 25 

McLaughlin, Walter W 90 

McLean, Fred W_ 120 

McLellan, Hugh D.. 153 

McLeod, Aubrey S 15 

McLure, Joseph H 91 

McMahon, John P 142 

McMahon, Stephen J.. 116 

McManamy, Frank 109 

McManus, J. J 96 

McMillan, Robert J 158 

McMillen, Robert N 114 

McMillin, Lucille Foster 121 

McMullan, Frank E 18 

McMullen, John 25 

McMullen, Col. Joseph I 33. 

McMurtry, John H 19 

McNab, J. F._ 103- 

McNabb, Charles E 115 

McNair, John W 83- 

McNamara, Guy 158 

McNamara, Joseph A 158 

McNamee, Rear Admiral L . 54 

McNary, John H... 156 

McNeely, Lee 152" 

McNeil, Lt. Col. Edwin C... 33 

McNeilly , Emmett E 60 

McNeir, William. 14 

McNinch, Frank R 113 

McPike, Henry H 150 

McQueen, Alexander... 82 

McQueeney, William... 140 

McQuilkin, Margaret M 22 

McQuillan, Hugh. 20 

McQuillan, J. R 120 

McRae, Colin E.._. 36 

McReynolds, James Clark... 147 

McReynolds, Sam D 120 

McReynolds, W. D._ 151 

McReynolds, W. H 136 



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Page 
McRoberts, Brig. Gen, 

Samuel 37 

McSorley, Kathryn 90 

McVicar, Nelson 156 

McWherter, W. R 159 

McWhorter, Roger B 113 

M 

Mac Arthur, Gen. Douglas 31, 129 

MacCormack, Daniel W 107 

MacCormick, Austin H 46 

MacCracken, William P., Jr. 125 
Macdonald, Dr. A. Magruder. 139 

MacDonald, Maj. J. Q 37 

MacDonald, Thomas H 89 

MacEachran, Clinton E 14 

MacGregor, Rafael Fernandez. 132 
MacGregor, Maj. Stephen H. 45 

Maclvor, Donald H 152 

Mack, Charles B 81 

Mack, Julian W 147,148 

MacKellar, William M 73 

Mackey, J. H 30 

MacLean, Angus Dhu 46 

MacLean, Henry C... 99 

MacLeod, Leslie A 41 

MacNamee, Robert T 135 

MacRae, Duncan 42 

Madden, Arthur P 20 

Maddock, R. K 28 

Maddux, Lt. Col. Rufus F .. 42 

Maessen, O 111 

Magbee, Harry E 88 

Magrath, Charles A 131 

Magruder, George M 30 

Mague, Roscoe E._ 49 

Mahaffie, Charles D 109 

Mahaffy, Henry C, Jr 150 

Maher, Thomas H 102 

Mahoney, Daniel J 118 

Mahoney, J. F 26 

Mahoney, Louis J 99 

Mahr, JohnF... 120 

Maier, Charles G 106 

Mains, Guy B 81 

Major, J. Earl 152 

Malcolm, George A 41 

Maling, Walter B.... 150 

Mallalieu, Thomas G 50 

Mallory, Charles R._ 28 

Mallory, George L 149 

Malloy, Pat 46 

Malone, George W 137 

Malone, Maj. Gen. Paul B 43 

Maloney, Alfred J.. 75 

Maloney, E. J. 21 

Maloney, Harry L. 17 

Maloney, J. C 140 

Maloney, James H 20 

Maloney, James W 17 

Maloney, P. J 119 

Manahan, Commander Stu- 
art A. 52 

Maness, Hollis U 28 

Mangan, J. W 62 

Mangum, James E 128 

Manly, Basil 113 

Manly, Col. Clarence J 44 

Mann, James O 119 

Mann, Mrs. Nancy M.. 47 

Mann, Walter G..._ 81 

Mann, William M 134 

Manning, Caroline.. .. 108 

Manning, Herbert M 30 

Manning, J. A 21 

Manser, J. G 29 

Mansfield, George R— 61 

Mansfield, Lewis P... 135 

Mansfield, Richard H 140 

Manter, Earl E... 74 

Manton, Martin A 147 

Manyon, Norman C 101 

Marble, George R 15 

Marbury, J. W 34 

Marbut, Curtis F 84 

March, Charles H 114 

Margold, Nathan R 56 



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Marker, Roy B... 157 

Markey, D. John... 128 

Markham, Col. Edward M._ 35 

Markhus, Andrew 56 

Marks, Maj. Edwin H 36 

Marks, Harris A 91 

Marks, Sidney J 140 

Marlin, William L 123 

Marmer, Harry A 102 

Marquart, Capt. Edward J._ 51 

Marquette, John J 116 

Marquis, J. Clyde .- 90 

Marriott, Maj. Carl L 44 

Marrs, A. R... 16 

Mars, Lt. Col. James A 40 

Marschalk, William A.. 58 

Marsden, Roger D 90 

Marsh, Clarence T. N 74 

Marsh, Frederick W 150 

Marsh, George H 156 

Marsh, Samuel T 91 

Marshall, E. R 25 

Marshall, Henry 75 

Marshall, O. K 124 

Marshall, Robert... 58 

Marshall, Stanmore P 28 

Marstella, John P 19 

Martin, Augustus S 74 

Martin, Lt. Comdr. C. F 53 

Martin, Charles I 124 

Martin, Fred C 17 

Martin, Maj. Frederick L... 40 

Martin, George D 20 

Martin, George E 80 

Martin, George E 160 

Martin, H. H..._ 28 

Martin, Harold H 133 

Martin, James L 139 

Martin, John F 123 

Martin, John J 75 

Martin, Col. Lawrence 9,131 

Martin, Leo C 15 

Martin, Reed F 117 

Martin, Rex 97 

Martin, Sam W 91 

Martin, Warren F 48 

Martineau, John E... 149 

Martinez, Prudencio Rivera. 41 

Martyn, John W 31 

Marvin, Charles F 70, 125 

Massee, Edward K 151 

Massing, William P 126 

Masterson, D. S. 24 

Masterson, L. C 158 

Math, Frank A 72 

Mather, Maj. John 43 

Mathers, A. N 64 

Matheson, Donald S... 120 

Mathews, Clifton 149 

Mathewson, Jewett R 96 

Matson, Charles W 103 

Matthews, Annabel 116 

Matthews, Charles E.. 50 

Matthews, Brig. Gen. Hugh. 53 

Matthews, Wright 16 

Mattingly, Robert E 142 

Mattoon, Merwin A 83 

Mattox, E. Tilden.. 98 

Mattsson, Carl A 82 

Mauborgne, Lt. Col. Joseph 

O 38,45 

Maughan, William E 70 

Mauk, George A 149 

Maulding, Mrs. J. Atwood.. 56 

Maule, William M 82 

Maxam, Oliver M 24,131 

May, Charlotte K 66 

May, Edgar H 53 

May, Erwin G... 22 

May, John B.. 52 

May, Vincent B 57 

Mayers, Shirley D 114 

Maynard, Joseph A.. 21 

Mays, Jacob H. 120 

Mays, Walter P 19 

Meacham, C. T., Jr 28 

Mead, Elwood 62,137 

Meadors, Willis H 74 



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Meads, Eugene. 101 

Mearns, David C. 9 

Mearns, Jack G 28 

Mecham, Gilbert.. 158 

Mecom, Philip H... 153 

Medalie, George Z__ 155 

Meek, Edward R 157 

Meekins, Isaac M 155 

Meekins, Lynn W 99 

Meerscheidt, Otto 119 

Mefian, George E 151 

Mehl, Joseph M 96 

Meier, Fred C 79 

Meinzer, O. E._ 61 

Melcher, H. K 16 

Melling, George 53 

Meloy, Alfred O. 152 

Melvin, George M 124 

Mendenhall, W. C 60 

Mendenhall, William V 82 

Menges, Col. William H 43 

Meno, Frederick J... 102 

Menzies, John W 148 

Meriwether, Frank V 26 

Mero vka, Lawrence J 88 

Merriam, C. B. 118 

Merriam, Charles E 135 

Merriam, Col. Henry C 45 

Merrigan, Lawrence A 17 

Merrill, Commander A. S._. 51 

Merrill, Austin C 159 

Merrill, Charles W 106 

Merrill, Keith 14,120 

Merrill, Melvin C 68 

Merrill, Robert M 90 

Merritt, Frank C... 159 

Merry, Henry L 47 

Mersch, Victor S 143 

Mertzke, Arthur J 119 

Messenger, Frank 99 

Messner, Clinton T 28 

Metcalf, Haven 79 

Mettler, Lt. Col. C. G 37 

Metzdorf, Dewey W 65 

Metzger, George P 19 

Meyer, Balthasar H 109 

Meyer, Maj. G. R. 32 

Meyer, H. H. B 9 

Meyer, Harvey K 58 

Meyer, John W 86 

Meyer, Marcus S 100 

Michael, Louis G 92 

Michel, Carl 25 

Middlebrooks, T. E 21 

Middleton, William J . _ 42 

Miera, M. F... 57 

Mikkelsen, Oscar... 29 

Milbourne, Lewis L 18 

Miles, Maj. F. H... 37 

Miles, Leslie R 19 

Miles, Raymond T 20 

Miles, Rutherford T 93 

Milks, Harley H 122 

Millen, Charles J 74 

Millender, Hamilton C 94 

Miller, A. C 116 

Miller, A. E 141 

Miller, Albert R 75 

Miller, Col. Alexander M 44 

Miller, Andrew 155 

Miller, Arthur H 60 

Miller, Arthur P 29 

Miller, Arthur W 73 

Miller, Carroll.. 109 

Miller, D. P 99 

Miller, Dalton G._ 90 

Miller, Edgar K 59 

Miller, Edward G 81 

Miller, Eric R- — 72 

Miller, Frank G 75 

Miller, Frank J 78 

Miller, H. S 103 

Miller, Hunter 14 

Miller, James S 29 

Miller, J. Paul... 86 

Miller, K. E 25 

Miller, L. 16 

Miller, Milton A 22 



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Miller, Raymond 22 

M iller , Raymond C 68 

Miller, Lt. Comdr. Raymond 

V 53 

Miller, Ross O 72 

Miller, Walter L 98 

Miller, Ward B 20 

Miller, William T 97 

* Milligan, E. J 139 

Milligan, John H 141 

Milligan, Thomas M 49 

Milliken, Rhoda J 140 

Millington, C. Norris 57 

Mills, Ernest M 87 

Mills, Loring O 47 

Mills, Lt. Col. Robert H 35 

Milne, George H 9 

Milwee, Frank 120 

Mindling, George W 73 

Mink, Capt. Owen J 53 

Miser, H. D 61 

Mitchell, Charles L 70 

Mitchell, Ewing Y 97 

Mitchell, Frank 47 

Mitchell, G. E 60 

Mitchell, Glenn E 82 

Mitchell, Harry B 121 

Mitchell, Col. Harry D 44 

Mitchell, James C 20 

Mitchell, L. C 16 

Mitchell, Lester H 62 

Mitchell, W. L 98 

Mitchell, Wesley C 135 

Mitchell, William A 9 

Mitchell, William A 72 

Mitchelson, Albert T 90 

Mitman, Carl W 134 

Mize, Ralph C 72 

Moery, Otto E 72 

Moffat, Jay Pierrepont 14 

Mohler, John R 73, 143 

Mohr, Alfred H 112 

Moinet, Edward J 153 

Moir, Arthur D., Jr 82 

Molen, James P.. 72 

Moles, Hunter S 92 

Moll, Arch G 18 

Moll, Dr. Aristides A 144 

Molster, Charles E 97 

Molyneaux, Joseph W 153 

Molyneux, Harold L 72 

Monahan, Arthur C 57 

Monahan, Capt. John W 39 

Monson, Ezra P 57 

Montgomery, Edward G 98 

Montgomery, George N 100 

Montgomery, George W 153 

Montgomery, J. A 155 

Montgomery, John T 58 

Moody, Lt. Col. Lucian B.._ 42 

Moore, A. F 134 

Moore, Albert W 87 

Moore, Bert C. 123 

Moore, Carl E 17 

Moore, Carl M 58 

Moore, Charles 130 

Moore, D. C 16 

Moore, Dunlop 25 

Moore, Frank S__. 81 

Moore, Harry C 96 

Moore, Ira A 118 

Moore, J. D 135 

Moore, Lt. Col. John C 38,42 

Moore, John S 62 

Moore, Joseph M 19 

Moore, L. W 115 

Moore, M. B 132 

Moore, Robert Walton 14, 

143, 144 

Moore, Roy 87 

Moore, Samuel M., Jr..: 122 

Moore, Wharton 98 

Moorhead, Ellwood S 9 

Moorman, Charles H 148 

Mootz, Charles E. 74 

Morales, M. G 123 

Moran, Harry E 73 

Moran W. H 15 



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Moreell, Lt. Comdr. Ben 53 

Morey, Col. Lewis S 43 

Morgan, Arja 109 

Morgan, E. T 103 

Morgan, Edward W 122 

Morgan, George L 92 

Morgan, George W 9 

Morgan, Henry A 57 

Morgan, Herbert E 121 

Morgan, J. Holloway 62 

Morgan, Joseph C 140 

Morgan, Louis B 17 

Morgan, Sidney 115 

Morgenthau, Henry, Jr 136 

Morin, John M 122 

Morlander, George A 60 

Morley, Leland C 87 

Morley, Mary 60 

Morrell, Fred 80 

Morrill, Chester 116 

Morris, Evan L 93 

Morris, Finis D 105 

Morris, George F 154 

Morris, John S 50 

Morris, Logan 116 

Morris, William Herman 18 

Morrison, Albert T 27 

Morrison, Fred L 46 

Morrison, Harold 86 

Morrison, Homer L 59 

Morrison, Hugh A 9 

Morrison, Lisle 86 

Morrison, Martin A 114 

Morrissey, Thomas J --. 150 

Morrow, Edwin P 109 

Morrow, Col. Wm. M 128 

Morss, A. Patricia 142 

Morton, Maj. Emmet C 44 

Morton, Grant J 96 

Morton, James M., Jr 147 

Moscowitz, Grover M 155 

Moseley, Maj. Gen. George 

Van Horn 43 

Moseley, Thomas W 78 

Moses, Brig. Gen. Andrew... 31 

Moses, Roy H 51 

Mosier, Willard H 92 

Moskey, George A 63 

Moss, Frederick J 29 

Mossman, Paul D 26,58 

Mote, Sharon R 58 

Mottesheard, Ira H 159 

Mountin, J. W 26 

Moyer, Maj. Charles S 45 

Moyer, Joseph K 16 

Moyer, Lawson A 121 

Moyle, James H 21 

Moynihan, Charles J 137 

Muck, Lee 58 

Mudgett, C. F 119 

Mueller, Louis C 58 

Muhlenberg, Lt. Col. H. C. 

Kress 43 

Muir, Malcom 135 

Muir, Raymond D 13 

Mullan, E. H 25 

Mullane, Margaret L 153 

Mullaney, John J 39 

Mulligan, Henry A 118 

Mulligan, Raymond J 155 

Mundy, Leo C 17 

Munger, Thomas C 154 

Munger, Thornton T. 80 

Munroe, Lt. Col. J. E 37 

Munter, Capt. W. H 24 

Murchison, Col. William G_. 45 

Murdoch, James W 76 

Murdock, J. Edgar 116 

Murdock, John R 27 

Murfin, Rear Admiral O. G._ 53 

Murie, OlausJ 86 

Murph, Daniel S 67 

Murphy, Charles 39 

Murphy, Dr. Christopher J. 139 

Murphy, Daniel E 59 

Murphy, Frank. 41 

Murphy, Frank H 19 

Murphy, Frank J 21 



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Murphy, James J., Jr 14 

Murphy, James R, 49 

Murphy, John A 68 

Murphy, John J 72 

Murphy, Joseph A 141 

Murphy, Timothy F 98 

Murray, Col. Alexander 45 

Murray, B. W 135 

Murray, Frank E 77 

Murray, Percy E 112 

Murray, Thomas B 87 

Murray, Vance B 26 

Murray, Wallace 14 

Murtagh, John E 47 

Muse, Maj. Donald P 40 

Musgrave, George W 85 

Musgrave, James H 50 

Mushbach, George E 88 

Myers, Fred 72 

Myers, John L__, 76 

Myers, Morton 60 

Myers, W. I 136 

Myrick, Eldon H 80 

N 

Nagel, William M 80 

Nagle, John L 63 

Nagle, Robert L 119 

Nannestad. Alf E 28 

Naples, S. James 18 

Naret, Joel Q 57 

Nash, I. H 137 

Nash, P. M 105 

Nash-Boulden, Stephen A... 82 

Nathan, Harold 46 

Neal. Carl B 82 

Neal, George E 19 

Neal, Paul A 27 

Neary, Hugh G 18 

Neblett, Colin 154 

Nee, Dan M 17 

Neely, Frederick R 97 

Neff, Abner R 68 

Neff. Blanche 142 

Neff, Johnson A 86 

Neick, Ralph W 72 

Nelson, Aimer P 88 

Nelson, Arthur L 81 

Nelson, George B 89 

Nelson, Henry A 68 

Nelson, Herbert E 93 

Nelson, Dr. Ira D 58 

Nelson, Kenneth R 27 

Nelson, Oscar 74 

Nelson, Walter G 26 

Nesbit, William W 27 

Netherwood, Maj. Douglas B. 45 

Neuffer, Herman C 58 

Neumann, David 117 

Neumann, Frank 102 

Neves, Carl A 124 

Nevin, Robert R 156 

Nevius, Joseph D 21 

New, Harry S 137 

Newburgh, Frederic 16 

Newcomb, Lamar A 126 

Newcomer, H. C 144 

Newell, Daniel B 28 

Newell, Robert J 62 

Newell, T. R 62 

Newman, Robert R 75 

Newman, William A 23 

Newton, Harry H 115 

Newton, Howard M 77 

Newton, Roy L 93 

Newton, Walter H 119 

Neyland, Maj. R. R., Jr 36 

Nicholas, Ralph 17 

Nichols, Arthur A 20 

Nichols, Esek S 72 

Nichols, J. C 130 

Nichols, L.. 103 

Nichols, Maude G 9 

Nichols, Capt. Neil E 51 

Nicholson, Claude O 48 

Nicholson, John M 139 



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Nicholson, M. R 22 

Nicholson, Murdock D 57 

Nicholson, Nels O 59 

Nickell, Richard 17 

Nicolson, G. D. G 105 

Nields, John P 150 

Nielsen, Niels 1 ?2 

Niess, A. B 16 

Ninas, G. A 117 

Nixon, Mary S 31 

Noah, William L 49 

Noble, John E 141 

Noble, Col. William H 43 

Noell, J. C - 116 

Nolan, David. 20 

Nolan, Maj. Gen. Dennis E. 43 

Nolan, Val 152 

Noonan, Albert J 74 

Norcross, Frank H.._ 148 

Norcross, Theodore W 80 

Nord, Arthur 82 

Nordbye, Gunnar H 153 

Nordholm, Alex G 108 

Nordinger, George C 18 

Norman, William H 153 

Norquest, Clinton E 70 

Norris, Clarence L 75 

Norris, Edgar W 27 

North, Dexter 115 

North, O. B 99 

North, Roy M— — 50 

Northcott, Elliott 148 

Northrop, J. D 61 

Norton, Mrs. Mary T 130 

Norton, Robert S 88 

Notz, Cornelia — 115 

Noyes, G. Harold. 71 

Noyes, Capt. L 52 

Noyes, Newbold 48 

Noyes, Orrin W — 74 

Noyes, Ralph E 74 

Noyes, Theodore W 143, 144 

Nufer, Albert F 99 

Nugent, Col. George A 43 

Nugent, Richard H 135 

Nunez, F., Dr. Solon 144 

Nunn, Roscoe 72 

Nutt, Robert H... 75 

Ny degger, James A 30 



Oakley, James H.. 30 

Oakley, Richard G 95 

Obenchain, Charles A 56 

Oberlin, J. J 104 

O'Brien, Ernest A 153 

O'Brien, L. F 103 

O'Brien, Paul P 148 

O'Brien, Robert L 115 

O'Brien, Ruth 94 

O'Brien, Thomas A 32 

O'Brien, Thomas W 108 

O'Connell, Ambrose 49 

O'Connor, Charles J 89 

O'Connor, Edward 141 

O'Connor, J. F. T 15, 116 

O'Connor, Lt. Col. James A. 45 

O'Connor, James J 154 

Oden, Archibald 51 

Oderkirk, Galen C 87 

Odom, Dr. J. D 112 

O'Donoghue, Daniel W 160 

Oehmann, John W 139 

Offutt, Armand 62 

Offutt, William F 15 

Ogden, B. K 110 

Ogilvie, Noel J 131 

Ogle, Charles T 51 

Ogletree, George C 18 

O'Hara, Robert B 23 

O'Hara, Thomas W 19 

O'Hern, Col. Edward P... 37,45 

Ohlson, Otto F 65 

Ohnhaus, Charles J 159 

Ojeda, Jose Hernandez 132 

O'Keefe, Gregory W... 22 

O'Keefe, John 22 

Old, Howard N. 29 



Page 

Oldright/George L 106 

O'Leary, Maj. H 37 

Olesen, Robert 25 

Oliphant, Herman 136 

Oliphant, John W 28 

Oliver, Sumpter J 63 

Olmstead, Lt. Col. Dawson.. 39 

Olmsted, Gardner 123 

Olsen, Chester J 82 

Olsen, NilesA 90 

Olsen, Walter H.. 115 

O'Mahoney, Joseph C 49 

O'Malley, George W 17 

O'Malley, Henry 100 

O'Malley, Mary.. 65 

Oman, Andrew E 87 

O'Neal, Alan S 120 

O'Neill, Helen G 51 

O'Neill, James F 22 

O'Neill, Capt. Raymond E.. 40 

Onstott, R. H 28 

Oram, Hugh P 139 

O'Reilly, Mary M 22 

O'Rourke, Lawrence J 121 

Osborn, E. T 24 

Osborn, Dr. Harry E 143 

Osborn, Sidney P.- 17 

Osborne, Algernon A 99 

Osborne, Frances S 139 

Osborne, Lt. Col. Thomas D. 32 

Osgood, Edward H 118 

Osias, Camilo 41 

Ossenfort, William F 27 

Otis, Merrill E 154 

O'Toole, Mary 142 

Ourand, W. H 105 

Owen, Kinloch 153 

Owen, Mabel M 116 

Owen, Somerset A. 14 

Owens, First Lt. Ray L 39 

Owens, Thomas R 20 

Owrey, William T 94 

Oxholm, Axel 98 

Oyler, R. H 21 



Pabst, Fred C 21 

Pace, Maj. Herbert E 43,45 

Pace, John C 76 

Pack, Alonzo G— 109 

Packer, Abraham 74 

Paddock, R. B 135 

Padgett, Ora. 60 

Padin, Jose 41 

Paegelow, Lt. Col. John A... 40 

Page, Alfred H 19 

Page, John C. 62 

Page, Lewis W 59 

Page, Thomas Walker 115 

Page, Wilbur J 98 

Page, William E 17 

Page, William Tyler 144 

Pagenhart, Edwin H 97, 102 

Paget, Wilmer J 9 

Pagter , Lawrence B 82 

Paine, Charles W 121 

Paine, Howard S 83 

Palen, Aichibald E. 89 

Palmer, Arthur W.... 90 

Palmer, Clive W 98 

Palmer, Guy F 123 

Palmer, Hilding 64 

Palmer, Lawrence J 88 

Paquin, Ozias, Jr... 28 

Parater, George H 115 

Parcher, George 30 

Park, Charles A 101 

Park, James F 78 

Park, Lt. Col. Richard 35 

Park, William E 124 

Parker, Chauncey G 110 

Parker, Dorsey J 106 

Parker, Edward C 90 

Parker, Maj. Edwin P., Jr... 32 

Parker, Florence E 107 

Parker, Brig. Gen. Francis 

LeJau 41 

Parker, Maj. Gen. Frank 44 



Page 

Parker, Frank — 91 

Parker, G. L 62 

Parker, George H 135 

Parker, George W 157 

Parker, Harold P 72 

Parker, Horace A 62 

Parker, John J 148 

Parker, Mildred E. 65 

Parker, Wesley D 88 

Parker, William C 28 

Parkhurst, Douglas L 102 

Parkin, William 147 

Parkinson, M aj . John L 33 

Parkman, Harrison 49 

Parks, G. E 105 

Parks, Karl E 78 

Parks, Maj. Victor, Jr 43 

Parmelee, E. H 112 

Parran, Thomas, Jr 26 

Parrett, Ray R - 59 

Parrish, Lt. Comdr. C. J 53 

Parrish, Joel R — 118 

Parrott, Jacob L — 19 

Parrott, Col. Ralph B 33 

Parry, Carl E 116 

Parshall, Ralph L 90 

Parson, George -- 110 

Parsons, Rear Admiral Archi- 
bald L.— 53 

Parsons, Charles F 151 

Parsons, Fred B 19 

Parsons, Henry S._ 9 

Partridge, Everett P 106 

Pasternack, J. G 28 

Patch, Margaret A 97 

Patraw, Preston P... 64 

Patrick, D. W 28 

Patrick, Henry R.... 72. 

Patrick, Maj. Gen. Mason 

M..._ 139 

Patterson, E. 154 

Patterson, George A 74 

Patterson, R. C 61 

Patterson, Robert P... 155 

Patterson, Maj. Gen. Robert 

U 35,143 

Patton, Charles A 150 

Patton, Frank C 155 

Patton, John A.. 74 

Patton, Capt. R. S 131 

Patton, Raymond S 101 

Paul, John 158 

Paulett, Richard S 97 

Paulser, Leo H 116 

Paull, G. S 16 

Paulsen, C. G 61 

Paunack, Commander Rob- 
ert R 52 

Payer, Harry F_. 14 

Payne, Charles F 75 

Payne, Edward L 126 

Payne, John B 67 

Payne, John Barton 143 

Peabody, Joseph Winthrop.. 142 

Peabody, William F 102 

Peak, W. L 142 

Pearce, Wallace J. 81 

Pearce, Walter N. 99 

Pearsall, Charles M 124 

Pearson, Dora M__ 139 

Pearson, Edwin H 23 

Pearson, Gustaf A 80 

Pearson, Dr. Paul M 66 

Pease, Guy S 18 

Peck, Allen S 81 

Peck, Lt. Col. E. C 127 

Peck, Francis W 136 

Peck, M. K 105 

Peck, Ray... 81 

Peckham, Alice 157 

Peebles, Leighton H 98 

Peek, Col. Ernest D 43 

Peek, George N 67 

Peeples, Mrs. E. K 140 

Peirce, Vernon M 89 

Pelikan, Edward R 27 

Pelton, Walter J 29 

Pendleton, Col. Harris, Jr 44 

Pendleton, Maj. R. T 32 



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Pendleton, Ray A 85 

Penwill, Lewis 17 

Peoples, Rear Admiral Chris- 
tian Joy 53 

Peppers, Donald F 124 

Perez, Antanasio T 55 

Perkins, Allen M 28 

Perkins. Frances- 65, 107, 127, 128 

Perkins, Fred E._. 60 

Perley, Clarence W 9 

Perrin, Theodore J. 78 

Perry, Antonio M 151 

Perry, Hector H 17 

Perry, James C 29 

Perry, John E... 88 

Perry, Leon L 140 

Perry, Milton T 75 

Pershing, Gen. John J 128 

Persons, W. Frank 108 

Peter, Valentine J 154 

Peters, C 112 

Peters, John A 153 

Peterson, A. L 136 

Peterson, Agnes L 108 

Peterson, Charles E 63 

Peterson, John S 18 

Peterson, Samuel P 72 

Peterson, William 137 

Petitt, Arthur L 142 

Petrowski, Miss Nelle M 108 

Pettet, Zellmer R. 97 

Pettey, Herbert L 126 

Pettis, Lt. Col. Charles R... 43 

Pettus, William J 29 

Pfaffman, George A 95 

Phair, Harry G 38 

Phelps, Lilburn 152 

Phillips, Frank M 122 

Phillips, J. F.. 24 

Phillips, Orie L. 148 

Phillips, Oscar F. 93 

Phillips, Robert J 14 

Phillips, Roy A 80 

Phillips, William 14,143 

Pickard, Edward T 98 

Pickens, Capt. Andrew C 51 

Pickens, James M 79 

Pickert, Heinrich A 22 

Pickett, Charles E 150 

Pickett, Clarence E 56 

Pieper, Grover C 75 

Pier, Clarence L 92 

Pierce, Appleton H 124 

Pierce, Charles H... 103 

Pierce, Claude C 24 

Pierce, Edward R 141 

Pierce, Leland T 72 

Pierce, M.J 110 

Pierce, P. P 103 

Pierce, Rev. Ulysses G. B... 144 
Piercy, Warrant Officer 

James M 37 

Pierrot, A. O 99 

Pierson, Joseph W 140 

Pieters, Adrian J. ._ 79 

Piippo, Arthur F_._ 70 

Pike, Albert.. 61 

Pile, Robert L 23 

Pilkerton, Arthur R 138 

Pillsbury, Brig. Gen. George 

B 35 

Pine, Commander James 23 

Pinger, Maj. R. W 37 

Pinkerton, Lowell C. 14 

Pinkley, Frank 64 

Piper, Arthur M 62 

Piper, Stanley E 86 

Pipes, Col. H. F 35 

Pistole, Col. William B 45 

Pitman, George S 158 

Pittman, James S 123 

Pittman, Key 120 

Pitts, Edwin B 33 

Plamondon, C. Ambrose 18 

Plumb, Herbert L 82 

Plumb, James R 78 

Plumlee, William C 27 



Page 

Plummer, Ira C 72 

Plummer, Walter F. 92 

Plymale, Charles A 83 

Point, Col. Will H 42 

Poland, William B 137 

Polk, Marshall T. „ 19 

Pollard, Park H.._ 120 

Pollock, Clifford W 22 

Pollock, John C... 152 

Pollock, Marion E 122 

Pons, Francisco. 41 

Pool, Adrian 21 

Poole, B. C 112 

Poole, Charles G 87 

Poole, John 144 

Pooler, Frank C. W 81 

Pope, Col. Francis A 36 

Pope, Col. Francis H 43 

Pope, George W 73 

Pope, Gustavus D 143 

Porch, Jesse P 141 

Porter, Claude R 109 

Porter, F. J 105 

Porter, George B 126 

Porter, Henry G 121 

Porter, M. E 104 

Porter, R. E 26 

Porter, Stephen T... 141 

Porter, Thurston R 160 

Porter, Maj . William N 42 

Posey, E. L 103 

Posner, Stanley I 135 

Postle, Stuart A 96 

Potter, George W 98 

Potter, Harlow G 76 

Potts, Roy C... 90 

Pounder, John A 131 

Pourie, Col. J. R - 33 

Powell, Edwin C 69 

Powell, F. W-. 137 

Powell, Jesse H 33 

Powell, Robert P.. 71 

Power, John W 135 

Powers, Col. Edward D 45 

Pownall, Commander C. A.. 52 
Poyet, Warrant Officer 

Anthony 38 

Prather, D. J 26 

Pratt, Brig. Gen. H. C... 39, 125 

Pratt, OrloA 94 

Pray, Charles N 154 

Prentiss, Maj. A. M 42 

Preston, Maj. Gen. John F.„ 33 

Preston, Porter J 62 

Prettyman, E. Barrett 16 

Preussner, Don A 152 

Price, David J 83 

Price, Frank 82 

Price, J. A 24 

Price, J. E 122 

Price, Margaret Lee 143 

Price, Sterling M... 78 

Price, W. M 120 

Price, Maj. X. H 128 

Priest, Raymond M 62 

Prina, Frank 39 

Prince, George E 92 

Pringle, John A 124 

Prior, Laurens N_. 102 

Proctor, Frederick R 22 

Proctor, James F 160 

Proctor, Robert A 14 

Profe, Paul 50 

Prosser, Lt. Col. Walter E. 38,44 

Prytherch, Herbert F 100 

Pugh, Arthur W 72 

Pulliam, Arch H 18 

Pulver, Fred S 155 

Purdum, Smith W 50 

Purdum, W. Taylor 139 

Purdy, Milton Dwight 160 

Purssell , Ulysses G 72 

Purton, A. B 62 

Puryear, Capt. Alfred 1 40 

Putnam, George R 101,131 

Putnam, Herbert 9,143 



Q 

Quaid, William L 121 

Quarles, Byrd L 19 

Quesenberry, James R 76 

Quezon, Manuel L 41 

Quick, Paul T 87 

Quinlan, Col. Dennis P 43 

Quinn, Arthur A 22 

Quinn, E. F 15 

Qvale, S. B 20 

R 

Babbitt* Wade H 9 

Rabe, Harry F 156 

Raby, Rear Admiral J. J 54 

Rachford, Christopher E 80 

Rader, Maj. Ira. 43 

Raffensperger, Hayes B 78 

Rafnel, Roy V 75 

Ragon, Heartsill 149 

Ralston, Lt. Col. Robert R_. 45 

Ramirez, Jose M... 132 

Rampendahl, W. F 156 

Ramser, Charles E 90 

Ramus, Carl.. i 30 

Randall, H. M 99 

Randall, Henry E 49 

Randolph, E. S. Ill 

Rands, Ernest P 56 

Rankin, Hugh B 82 

Rankin, K. L. 99 

Rankin, Wellington D 154 

Ransom, Webster H 88 

Raphael, John __ 82 

Raplee, Llewellyn 72 

Rappleye, Howard S 101 

Raquet, Commander E. C 55 

Rash, Frank D 118 

Rasin, A. Parks 18 

Rasmussen, H. A. „ 26 

Rasmussen, M. W 24 

Rasquin, Almon G 17 

Rastall, Walter H 98 

Rawdon, Henry... 100 

Rawdon, Preston G 19 

Rawls, Maj. W. 34 

Ray, Frank B s . 52 

Ray, Glenn S.._. 91 

Ray, J. Enos 17 

Ray, William G 19 

Ray, Wilson K 99 

Rayburn, Fred M 99 

Rayens, Capt. Charles E 42* 

Raymond, Fred M 153 

Raynes, Harry 71 

Rea, Mrs. Henry R 143 

Read, Commander A. C 52 

Read, Lt. Col. J. H 37 

Read, Mary T... 96 

Reagan, D. J. 99 

Reagan, Frank G.. 123 

Rector, John K 66 

Redding, Charles L 151 

Redding, Sidney B. 149 

Redington, Paul G 86- 

Redman, L. D 141 

Redrow, W. L. 103 

Reed, Bessie O 122 

Reed, Charles D— 72. 

Reed, Clyde 53. 

Reed, David A. 128 

Reed, Douglas H 152 

Reed, Floyd K 92 

Reed, Harrison H 109 

Reed, Harry M 152 

Reed, Irving McK 89 

Reed, John B 141 

Reed, Nicholas F 152 

Reed, Ollie E... 78 

Reed, Stanley... 118 

Reed, Thomas E. 72 

Reed, Thomas R 72. 

Reeside, J. B., Jr 61 

Reeves, Albert L 154 

Reeves, John R. T.. 57 

Reeves, Maj. Le Roy 44 

Reeves, Perry W... 65 



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Regar, Robert S 49 

Reichard, J. D... 26 

Reichelderfer, Luther H. 138, 141 

Reichenbach, Frederic 38 

Reid, Henry J. E 125 

Reid, William A 144 

Reidy, John B 77 

Reing, Joseph B 156 

Reining, Robert R— . 97 

Reinsmith, L. A 21 

Reisimer, George.. 19 

Renn, Margie G 97 

Renner, Ernest A 81 

Repp, George E 75 

Reppert, Frank E. 15 

Restarick, A. B 151 

Reybold, Lt. Col. Eugene. . . 36 
Reynolds, Col. Charles R— . 43 

Reynolds, Delbert W 19 

Reynolds, E. C 104 

Reynolds, E. L 121 

Reynolds, John B 126 

Reynolds, Walter F 101 

Rhees, Benjamin R 20 

Rhoades, Col . Rex H 35 

Rhodes, Harry W 101 

Ribenack, W. C. 118 

Rice, Albert G 83 

Rice, C. E 26 

Rice, George S 106 

Rice, Maj. H. L 37 

Rice, Stuart A. 97 

Rice, Thomas D_. 85 

Rice, William B 81 

Rich, Melvin C 94 

Rich, Theodore S 77 

Richard, V. I 105 

Richards, Brig. Gen. George. 53 

Richards, George M 70 

Richards, Henry T... 121 

Richards, William P 138 

Richards, William R 76 

Richardson, Leo S 78 

Richardson, Lottie R 142 

Richardson, W. W '... 117 

Richmond, F. A 103 

Riddell, J. Elliott 22 

Riddell, Walter H 50 

Riddick, George M 88 

Riddle, Mae M 115 

Riddle, Wallace M 82 

Riddleberger, Olive M. 98 

Ridgely, Capt. Randolph, Jr. 24 
Ridley, Lt. Col. Clarence S._ 111 

Ridlon, Joseph R 25 

Rigby, Col. William C 33 

Riggleman, John 135 

Rigney, Vincent B 42 

Riley, Garde W 74 

Riley, James A 79 

Rinck, Edward C 27 

Rinehart, Mary Roberts 137 

Ringe, Miss Helen H 108 

Ringle, D., Jr 104 

Rink, Clarence W 19 

Riordan, Henry H... 19 

Rippeto, Hugh T 23 

Rist, Lewis R 81 

Ritter, Halsted L.... 150 

Rivers, Hugh F 142 

Rivers, Ralph J 149 

Rives, Capt. Tom C... 39 

Roahen, Kenneth F 88 

Roark, Ruric C... 84 

Robb, Arthur. 46 

Robb, Charles H.. 48,160 

Robbins, Hartwell— 77 

Robert, L. W., Jr 15 

Roberts, Maj. C. M 38 

Roberts, Frederic L 98 

Roberts, George M... 138 

Roberts, Howard 91 

Roberts, J. O'C 122 

Roberts, Joseph F 14 

Roberts, Martin A 9 

Roberts, Norman 30 

Roberts, Orris W 72 

Roberts, Owen J 133, 147 



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Roberts, Col. Thomas A 43 

Roberts, W. P., Jr.... 29 

Roberts, William A 138 

Roberts, William O 59 

Robertson, Chas. H 17 

Robertson, E. C 120 

Robertson, Holcombe McG. 25 

Robertson, J 52 

Robertson, L. P 139 

Robinette, Frederick G 101 

Robins, Millard V... 72 

Robins, Lt. Col. Thomas M. 35 

Robinson, Allan H 55 

Robinson, Carl H 91 

Robinson, Dana E 25 

Robinson, Frances M 135 

Robinson, Frank H 91 

Robinson, Fred W 38 

Robinson, H. B 16 

Robinson, Howard S 23 

Robinson, Jefferson 74 

Robinson, Leigh E 60 

Robinson, Rober t L 28 

Robinson, Rear Admiral 

Samuel M 52 

Robinson, Thomas M 18 

Robinson, Wallace B Ill 

Robinson, William M., Jr. .. 64 

Rockie, "William A 85 

Rockwell, Clarence S 76 

Rockwood, Maj. A. L_. 42 

Rodionoff , Nicholas R 9 

Roe, Maurice A 27 

Roemer, Robert F. 21 

Roepke, O. B 105 

Rogers, A 34 

Rogers, David N 82 

Rogers, Donald E 93 

Rogers, Edmund B 64 

Rogers, Florence M 140 

Rogers, John L 137 

Rogers, L. M 26 

Rogers, LeRoy 16 

Rogers, Lore A 78 

Rogers, OlinR. 72 

Rogers, First Lt. Oscar L-.. 40 

Rohwer, S. A 85 

Roller, Frank M 9 

Rollins, William T . S 50 

Roome, Henry S 23 

Roosevelt, Henry L 51 

Root, Carl L 22 

Root, Clarence J. 70 

Roper, Daniel C 65, 

97,115,120,127,128 

Roper, J. M 141 

Rosaty. Louis A 33 

Rose, E.J 122 

Rose, Francis C 15 

Rose, Lt. Col. J. B 37 

Rose, Thurman H 28 

Ross, Andrew N 114 

Ross, C S 61 

Ross, Lt. Col. Frank K 32 

Ross, Homer L 151 

Ross, Nellie Tayloe 22 

Ross, Raymond L 102 

Ross, Richaid C 91 

Ross, Walter V 120 

Ross, William H 84 

Rossiter, Rear Admiral Per- 
ceval S 53,143 

Rothwell, Fountain 22 

Rouse, Herbert H 123 

Rover, Leo A 142, 150 

Rowbotham, Ernest B 123 

Rowe, L. S 144 

Rowland, George A 122 

Rowland, "W illiam P 147 

Roxas, Manuel 41 

Rubin, Harry 124 

Rubino, Anthony P 27 

Ruckei, ^ol. Kyle 33 

Ruckman, Webster S 103 

Rude, Gilbert T. 101 

Ruff. John H 78 

Ruffner, Col. Ernest L 45 

Ruml, David 108 



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Rumreich, A. S 26 

Runkle, Fred C 124 

Ruppel, Louis 20 

Ruppel, Paul E 152 

Russell, A. E 26 

Russell, Capt. C. F 52 

Russell, Charles A 138 

Russell, Charles T. 16 

Russell, E. A 37 

Russell, Col. Geoige M 31 

Russell, Horace 119 

Russell, James R 100 

Russell, Brig. Gen. John H._ 53 

Ruth, Adam P -.. 23 

Rutherford, Lt. Col. H. K.— 37 
Rutherford, Col. Henry H... 41 
Rutherford, Col. Samuel 

McP — - 32 

Rutledge, Richard H 81 

Ryan, James E 80 

Ryan, James T 59 

Ryan, John J 47 

Ryan, Keith 124 

Ryan, Oswald 113 

Ryan, Stanley M 159 

Ryan, W. Carson, Jr 57 

Ryden, Cart. Roy W 111 

Ryerson, Knowles A 79 

Rylander, J. A 103 

R yon, James B 26 

S 

Sabine, William T., Jr 16 

Sackett, Carl L. 159 

Sager, Fred A 139 

Sager, George V 72 

St. John, Maj. Adrian 43 

St. Sure, Adolphus Frederick. 150 

Saldana, E.J 41 

Salisbury, Morse. _ 69 

Salmon, David A 14 

Sames, Albert M 149 

Sanborn, F. G 123 

Sanborn, John B 148 

Sandall, Charles E 154 

Sandberg, Fred 141 

Sanders, Hartley I.. 32 

Sanders, John E 72 

Sanders, William M 54 

Sandidge, R. P 26 

Sands, S. R 24 

Sanford, George O 62 

Sanford, Joseph W... 48 

Sanford, Wayland W 68 

Sanger, Alice B 49 

Sanger, Monie 65 

Sanial, Albert D 72 

Sans, Edward R 87 

San Souci, Emery J 21 

Santacruz, Armando, Jr 132 

Santos, Jose Abad 41 

Saperstein, S 104 

Sargent, Charles F 123 

Sasscer, Ernest R 94 

Sasuly, Max 135 

Sauls, Colson 47 

Saunders, Col. Edwin O 33 

Saunders, Richardson 107 

Saunders, Walter A 41 

Savage, Anthony 158 

Savage, Capt. Charles M 39 

Savage, Eugene F._. .130 

Savage, John H... 93 

Savage, John L 62 

Savoy, A. K 140 

Sawtelle, William H 148 

Sawyer, Maj. Charles N 39 

Sawyer, Donald H.. 128 

Sawyer, Harold A 72 

Sayers, R. R— 26 

Scammon, John J 18 

Scarr, James H 72 

Schapiro, Israel... 9 

Schauffler, Bennet F 108 

Scheffer , Theophilus H 86 

Scheider, Malvina Thomp- 
son 13 



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Schereschewsky, Joseph W__ 25 

Schino, Ernest M 17 

Schlegel, Charles. __ 54 

Schley, Lt. Col. Julian L 111 

Schneider, Frederick C. 154 

Schneider, Frederick L . 76 

Schneider, Harry A 75 

Schneider, William E 93 

Schnepfe, Fred E._ 135 

Schnurhusch, William J 72 

Schnurr, Mae A 62, 137 

Schoen, Julian A._ 46 

Schoeneman, Charles R 15 

Schoeneman, George J 16 

Schoening, Harry W 73 

Schoening, Leroy 95 

Schommer, John B 122 

Schoonmaker, Frederic P 156 

Schow, First Lt. R. A 128 

Schram, Emil.__ 118 

Schreiner, Oswald 84 

Schroeder, Sarah F 65 

Schrom, Charles E.._ 141 

Schrumpf, Henry R 75 

Schudt, Lt. Col. C. 34 

Schuldt, Gus A 142 

Schull, Col. H. W 38 

Schultz, Leslie G 92 

Schureman, Paul 102 

Schutt, Marie E 65 

Schwab, Mathias E 74 

Schwalbach , Henry V 22 

Schwartz, Edward J 141 

Schwartz, Louis 25 

Schwickardi, Rudolph B 114 

Schworm, Stanley S 72 

Schwulst, Earl B 118 

Scofield, Carl S 79 

Scott, A. M 105 

Scott, Edgar B 29 

Scott, Emmett J 66 

Scott, Francis J „ 59 

Scott, Fred J 38 

Scott, George A 91 

Scott, George C 152 

Scott, George E 143 

Scott, Hugh 124 

Scott, James A 81 

Scott, James E 83 

Scott, James T 99 

Scott, Joseph. 144 

Scott, Lt. Comdr. L. B Ill 

Scott, Louis M 94 

Scott, Martin G — 22 

Scott, Samuel A 100 

Scott, Maj. Stanley L 36 

Scoyen, Eivind T 63 

Scribner , Sidney C 81 

Scroggie, R. A 29 

Scull, Carl A - 19 

Seabrook, Strobhart H 47 

Seager, Howard W 22 

Seal, Elwood^H... 138 

Seaman, Col. A. Owen 41 

Seaman, Guy L... 109 

Searle, William D 31 

Searles, Capt. H. R 24 

Searles, Lt. Comdr. Paul J— 53 

Sears, Harold M 83 

Sears, Julian D 60 

Seawell, Herbert F 116 

Sebrell, William H., Jr.. 27 

Sebring, Frank A... 142 

Sechrest, Earl F 113 

Secrest, John D 106 

Seeley, Dewey A 72 

Seibel, Clifford W 106 

Seidemann, Henry P 67 

Selby, Stephen A 75 

Self, V. H 16 

Selfridge, William R... 89 

Sellers, C. F... 142 

Sellers, Kathryn 142 

Sellett, George 160 

Seoane, Col. Consuelo A... 38,43 

Serrano, Gustavo P 132 

Severson, Lt. Col. Charles F. 31 
Sewell, Col. John Stephen... 37 



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Sexton, Commander F. J 24 

Sexton, Harry L. 21 

Shaffer, C. H 104 

Shaffer, Joseph C 158 

Shamhart, E. J... 21 

Shanley, G. Frank.. 120 

Shanley, Commander T. A.. 23 

Sharkey, Charles F 107 

Sharp, Malcom P 135 

Sharrer, Maj. Robert A 36 

Shaughnessy, Edward J 107 

Shaughnessy, Frank J 17 

Shaver, Burdette J 88 

Shaver, Clem 118 

Shaver, Robert M. 72 

Shaw, Arnold C 83 

Shaw, Corvin V 75 

Shaw, Frank R 29 

Shaw, James 120 

Shaw, John S.. 65 

Shaw, William A 72 

Shea, John S 18 

Shea, Capt. W. H 24 

Shea, William H_. 93 

Shear, Cornelius L 79 

Shearman, Thomas G 68 

Sheehan, William F 118 

Sheets, Earl W 73 

Sheetz, Ira 140 

Sheffield, E. L 105 

Sheldon, Harold P 86 

Shell, S. Duvall- 110 

Shelley, Col. J. E 34 

Shelley, Ralph S 82 

Shelse, Ronne C. 60 

Shelton, Arthur B... 159 

Shepard, Guy C 67 

Sheppard, H. R 15 

Sheppard, William B._ 150 

Sherfy, Carrie B 78 

Sheridan, Andrew J 32 

Sherier, Julius M._ 72 

Sherman, Charles D 74 

Sherman, Edward A 80 

Sherman, Edward C 53 

Sherman, George L 69 

Sherman, John B 17 

Sherman, Mrs. John Dickin- 
son 144 

Sherman, John M 127 

Sherman, Wells A 90 

Sherrard, Thomas H 82 

Sherwood, Gertrude M 115 

Sherwood, Henry G 23 

Sherwood, W. T. 16 

Shidler, Wilbur K 75 

Shields, Daniel B... 158 

Shilling, Alphonso W... 72 

Shillinger, J. E 86 

Shiner, Vernon J 95 

Shingler, George P 84 

Shinkle, Lt. Col. E. M 37 

Shinn, William R 95 

Shipe, H.W_. 57 

Shipley, Ruth B 14 

Shipman, J. L 104 

Shipman, Truman G 72 

Shipman, William S 123 

Shklarin, J. B 104 

Shockley, Col. M. A. W 35 

Shoemaker, Clifford 89 

Shoemaker, Theodore 80 

Shoemaker, Thomas B 107 

Short, Lt. Col. Walter C 41 

Shotwell, Luman W 59 

Show, Stuart B.. 82 

Shrout, Sam F... 114 

Shuck, Walter L 19 

Shultz, Walter D 119 

Shuman, Col. John B 44 

Shumway, Daniel G... 77 

Sibley, Eugene 97 

Sibley, Samuel H 148 

Sickmon, May C 155 

Siegmund, William C 74 

Siems, Frederick B. T 102 

Sifford, Arthur N 157 

Siler, Col. Joseph F 112 



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Silk, Samuel A 65 

Silver, James 87 

Simmons, Benjamin H 33 

Simmons, Melvin H 18 

Simms, F. B 122 

Simms, John A 79 

Simms, Joseph B 141 

Simon, Louis A 23 

Simonds, Edward B. 77 

Simonds, Maj. Gen. G. S.... 42 

Simons, Andrew A 89 

Simons, Charles C 148 

Simonton, Vincent DeP 20 

Simpson, Alva A 80 

Simpson, Charles D 80 

Simpson, Maj. Clyde V 39 

Simpson, Friench 25 

Simpson, K. M... 135 

Simpson, R. L 154 

Sims, Frederick R 124 

Sims, Henry Upsom 143 

Sinclair. A. Leftwich... 160 

Sinclair, Solomon S 20 

Singleton, Col. Asa L • 32 

Singleton, Joseph M 95 

Singleton, Col. M. E 38 

Sison, Teofilo 41 

Sisson, John A... 17 

Skidmore, Don I 73 

Skillman, William F 19 

Skinner, C. A 100 

Skinner, Carl H._ 59 

Skinner, G. C 122 

Skinner, Col. George A 44 

Skinner, Guy B 101 

Skinner, Homer L.. 27 

Skinner, Mark A 23 

Skinner. William W 83 

Skorup, J. J., Jr 99 

Slater, Nelson 135 

Slaton, John M., Jr 124 

Slattery, Harry 56 

Slattery, William M 49 

Slaughter, P. J 28 

Slaughter, W. H- 25 

Slemp, C. Bascom 144 

Slick, Sherman S 98 

Slick, Thomas W..._ 152 

Slindee, Michael S. 15 

Sluiter, Orrie J 153 

Small, Edward 92 

Smead, Edward L 116 

Smebv, Alfred B 93 

Smedbere, Col William R., Jr. 41 

Smith, A. R 103 

Smith, Rear Admiral A. St. C. 54 

Smith, A. Viola 99 

Smith, Alfred E 143 

Smith, Brig. Gen. Alfred T_. 31 

Smith, Andrew M. — 16 

Smith, Arthur N 75 

Smith, Arthur R 76 

Smith, Bertrand E 88 

Smith, Burton. - 153 

Smith, C. E. 131 

Smith, Charles A 118 

Smith, Charles J 64 

Smith, Charles P 116 

Smith, Charlotte S 56 

Smith, Clarence B 69 

Smith, Clinton G 83 

Smith, Dallas B 124 

Smith, Daniel E 123 

Smith, Douglas 149 

Smith, Edward 75 

Smith, Edwin F 82 

Smith, Elbert L 118 

Smith, Elias A 119 

Smith, Farrar 121 

Smith, Frank D 69 

Smith, Frank F 62 

Smith, Franklin H... 115 

Smith, Fred G 93 

Smith, Frederick C 24 

Smith, George Otis ~ 113 

Smith, Glenn S 61 

Smith, Granville. 36 

Smith, H.I 61 



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Smith, Harlan H 72 

Smith, Harry D 21 

Smith, Homer.. 65 

Smith, Homer A. A 112 

Smith, Howard F 25 

Smith, Col. Hugh C— 44 

Smith, Jesse W.. 72 

Smith, Jim C 149 

Smith, Maj. John A 45 

Smith, John H 111 

Smith, John M... 23 

Smith, Julian D — 99 

Smith, L. McC... - 28 

Smith, Laurence R 62 

Smith, Maj. Lucius M 33 

Smith, M. D 140 

Smith, Nicholas A. C 106 

Smith, Paul - 113 

Smith, Philip S 61 

Smith, R. Edward 60 

Smith, Raymond U... 154 

Smith, Robert L 77 

Smith, Russel S -- 92 

Smith, First Lt. Stanton T._ 40 

Smith, Thomas C__. 18 

Smith, Walter R 141 

Smith, Will H 17 

Smith, Willard C 98 

Smith, William A. 9 

Smith, William H 18 

Smith, William H..„ 64 

Smith, Lt. Comdr. Wm. H- 53 

Smith, William L 26 

Smith, William M 53 

Smith, William R., Jr 158 

Smrha, Charles 120 

Smyser, Col. R. E 34 

Snavely, Ralph B 27 

Snead, Charles D 89 

Snelgrove, Howard H 57 

Snell, Charles L 53 

Snell, Harold W.. 65 

Snider, M. F 16 

Snipes, Frank L 100 

Snoddy, Thomas G... — 60 

Snodgrass, Russell 118 

Snow, Maj. William A 36 

Snowe, Aubrey E 27 

Snyder, Charles B 65 

Snyder, Edgar C 150 

Snyder, Frederic 58 

Snyder, John P 100 

Snyder, Joseph M 85 

Sobeloff, Simon E 153 

Sogemeier, Albert C 152 

Soldan, Dr. Carlos Enrique 

Paz 144 

Soler, Dr. Ramon Baez 144 

Solinsky, Elbert C 63 

Somerville, James, Jr 99 

Soper, D. H 29 

Soper, Morris A .. 148 

Soper, Richard W 124 

Sorensen, H. K 98 

Sornborger , C harles B 46 

Soule, S. B 62 

Southworth, Frederic W 53 

Soyster, H. B 61 

Spalding, Col. George R 35 

Spalsbury, Ross L 58 

Spamer, Arthur L 153 

Spangler, Hugh D 72 

Spangler, L. C 15 

Spann, Maj. G. F__. 33 

Sparks, Raymond 138 

Sparks, Thomas J 152 

Sparks, William M 148 

Spaulding, Huntley N 137 

Spawn, J. Norman 58 

Speelman, Martin R 9 

Spelman, Harold J 89 

Spencer, C. Benjamin.. 28 

Spencer, C. J 104 

Spencer, Donald A 87 

Spencer, Frank H-. 85 

Spencer, H. A 26 

Spencer, James H 72 

Spencer, O. M 26 



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Spencer, R. R 25 

Spencer, Lt. Col. Thomas C. 38, 
44 

Spiegel, J. B... 62 

Spierling, William E 74 

Spilman, Joseph L 121 

Spindler, Harvey H 72 

Spindler, John E 76 

Spinks, Col. M. G.. 33 

Spofford, Charles W... 123 

Spooner, Henry J., 3d 19 

Sprague, E. K 29 

Sprague, O. M. W 15 

Spraker, Harry W 42 

Spratt, Robert D 30 

Spratt, Tom G 68 

Squire, Earl C 99 

Staack, John G._ 61,129 

Stabler, Herman 61 

Stacey, S. W 152 

Stacher, Samuel F 59 

Stackpole, M. R 62 

Stadlmeir, Albert... 88 

Stafford, James A 149 

Stafford, Joseph 74 

Staley , Raymond E 59 

Staley, William F 68 

Stalker, C. L 29 

Stalmach, Adolph A 95 

Stalter, George R 124 

Stamm, Eugene C 28 

Stamm, Harold B 114 

Standing, James E 74 

Standley, Admiral William H. 51, 

129 

Stanford, Maj. LelandH... 39,45 

Stanley, A. O 131 

Stanley, Col. D. S 129 

Stanley, Louise 94 

Stanley, William 46 

Stanton, Charles I 97 

Stanton, T. W.... 61 

Stanton, Thomas B 141 

Staples, Lester A 72 

Starbuck, William D. L 126 

Stark, Capt. Harold R 51 

Stark, Walter R... 16 

Starr, Robert C 107 

Starratt, Andrew W 15 

Staub, AlvinF 75 

Staver, L. D 110 

Stead, William H 108 

Stearns, William L 30 

Steddom, Rice P 73 

Stedman, Alfred D 67 

Steed, Joshua N 115 

Steele, Amos A 160 

Steele, Ivan W 27 

Steele, Orin D 88 

Steele, Ray C 88 

Steensland, Aimer O 120 

Steere, Loyd V 92 

Steger, Col. John O 44 

Steiner, Gotthold 79 

Steintorf, Paul P 99 

Stejneger, Leonhard 134 

Stephens, Francis H 138 

Stephens, Harold M 46 

Stephenson, L. W 61 

Sterling, Hawley W 65 

Stern, Boris 107 

Sternhagen, John M 116 

Stevens, Carl 59 

Stevens, Chester D 92 

Stevens, John E 68 

Stevens, Raymond B 114 

Stevens, Robert T 135 

Stevens, W. H. S 114 

Stevens, Walter S 58 

Stevenson, Joseph H 69 

Stevenson, William F 119 

Steward, Jon D 151 

Stewart, Adelia M 15 

Stewart, Charles E 46 

Stewart, Estelle M 107 

Stewart, Fletcher C 26 

Stewart, Lt. Col. G. H 38 

Stewart, Haven C. R... 91 



Page 

Stewart, James O.... 82 

Stewart, Mary... -- 57 

Stewart, P. M . 25 

Stewart, Robert C 28 

Stewart, Sidney S 81 

Stewart, Stella 115 

Stewart, Walter J.... 78 

Stickney, Maj. Henry H 45 

Stickney, Henry Ladd 124 

Stiefel, David 120 

Stier, Carl - 29 

Stikeleather, Horace H 20 

Stiles, C. W 29 

Stiles, George W . , Jr 77 

Still, Seaborn H 77 

Stillwell, E. D. Ill 

Stillwell, John D 78 

Stimpson, William G 30 

Stimson, Arthur M_. 25 

Stimson, Maj. Julia 0.. 35 

Stine, Oscar C 91 

Stingley, Orville A 76 

Stirling, M. W.. 134 

Stirling, Rear Admiral Y., Jr. 54 
Stockberger, Warner W. 67, 68, 79 

Stockier, Bernhard J 75 

Stockton, Lt. Col. Edward 

A.,Jr... 41 

Stockton, James R 120 

Stoddard, Malcolm L 123 

Stoddard, Samuel W 81 

Stoesen, Andrew R. W 72 

Stone, Forrest R-. 58 

Stone, Harlan Fiske 147 

Stone, Kimbrough... 148 

Stone, Patrick T 159 

Stone, Thomas E . 20 

Stone, W. H 111 

Stott, Capt., A C 52 

Stott, William G 141 

Stoutemyer, Bernard E 62 

Strack, Albert 96 

Strahorn, Arthur T... 85 

Strauss, Ober G 92 

Strauss, Robert K... 135 

Street, Oliver D., Jr 149 

Street, Thomas A 41 

Streeter , Harold W 29 

Strickler, Don B 74 

Stromme, Capt. Joseph L — 40 

Strong, Earle R 97 

Strong, Dr. Helen M 131 

Strong, James G 119 

Strong, Lee A 85 

Strum, Louie W 150 

Stuart, Capt. Harry A 51 

Stuart, Robert Y 80,130 

Stubblefield, Albert G 57 

Stubbs, Martin B 72 

Sturdevant, Maj. Clarence L. 36 

Sturges, Col. Edward A 44 

Styer, Freas 23 

Styer, Maj. Wilhelm D 36 

Sudduth, Warren R 95 

Suit, Frisbie T 75 

Sullivan, C.J 24 

Sullivan, Daniel J 65 

Sullivan, Edmund C 29 

Sullivan, George F. 153 

Sullivan, Harry L 118 

Sullivan, Harvey P 149 

Sullivan, Jeremiah A 140 

Sullivan, Jerry B 160 

Sullivan, John D 39 

Sullivan, Leroy M 149 

Sullivan, P. J 141 

Sullivan, Richard H 72 

Sullivan, Walter A 76,77 

Sultan, Lt. Col. Daniel 1 36 

Summers, John L 15 

Sunseri, Nino 71 

Surratt, Andrew J 91 

Surring, Richard E 75 

Sutherland, George. ..- 147 

Swackhamer, Walter B 124 

Swain, Clayton E 89 

Swan, Thomas W 147 

Swanger, Charles H. 75 



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Swanson, Claude A... 51,115,127 

Swanson, Edward B 106 

Swanson, J. V 121 

Swartwout, Egerton 130 

Swarva, George L. 23 

Sweeley, 1st Lt. William R.-. 40 

Sweeney, Alvin R 25 

Sweeney, Don Sisa 18 

Sweeney, George C 46 

Sweeney, Josephine C 89 

Sweeney, Col. Walter C 43 

Sweet, Ernest A.. 25 

Sweet, G. Henderson 122 

Sweet, Merle L 49 

Sweet, Oliver E 109 

Sweetser, Charles H 90 

S wick, Clarence H 101 

Swift, Everett L 20 

Swift, Theodore T 81 

Swigart, Jesse E 23 

Swindle, Anthony J 19 

Swinford, Mac 152 

Switzer, John B 109 

Swofford, Jewell W 122 

Sykes, Eugene O 126 

Sykes, Col. Horace F 32 

Symes, John Foster 150 

Symington, Comdr.Thos. A. Ill 
Szymczak, M. S 116 

T 

Taber, Frederic H-. — 118 

Tacy, Nelson A 49, 131 

Taggart, Earl 117 

Talbert, Lewis E 107 

Talbot, Capt. Clarence P 40 

Talbott, W. R 122 

Talbott, William W 72 

Taliaferro, A. P., Jr 97 

Talley, Clarence. ._ 141 

Talley, Lynn P 118 

Talman, Charles F 70 

Tandy, Dr. Elizabeth C 108 

Tandy, ElonF 124 

Tannenberg, Wilhelm 133 

Tanner, W. F 25 

Tapp, Jesse W 67 

Tappan, John W 30 

Tarbett, Ralph E 29 

Tarr, Frederick H 153 

Tarrant, Rear Admiral W. T. 55 
Tarskey, Chaplain Benjamin 

J- 32 

Tate7Hugh~M7."~"~-~"-~~~ 109 

Tate, Mary A 9 

Tatelman, Edward I. P 112 

Taussig, Rear Admiral Joseph 

K 51,129 

Taylor, A. E 96 

Taylor, Augustus C 143 

Taylor, Lt. Col. Brainerd... . 34 

Taylor, Charles H 136 

Taylor, Maj. Charles J 36 

Taylor, Clint J 50 

Taylor, David W 125 

Taylor, George C 157 

Taylor, George R 34 

Taylor, George W 89 

Taylor, Henry M 91 

Taylor, Ike P— .. 65 

Taylor, Irving H 99 

Taylor, James R 39 

Taylor, James S 100 

Taylor, M.. 104 

Taylor, Oliver G._ ._ 63 

Taylor, Paul P _'. 75 

Taylor, R. J 118 

Taylor, Robert W 149 

Taylor, Maj. Roger 37 

Taylor, Walter P.. „ 86 

Taylor, Walter R ._ 38 

Taylor, Wayne 67 

Taylor, William A 79 

Taylor, William E 79 

Teachum, George F 138 

Templer, James N 80 

Templeton, Richard H 155 



Page 

Tenney, Col. Charles H 37 

Tennyson, Alfred L 20 

Tepfer, De Lois G 78 

Terhune, Hugh W 88,89 

Terrell, William D 126 

Terriberry , William S 25 

Terry, Prentiss M_. „ 99 

Terwilliger, John M 18 

Teufel, W. C 25 

Thacker, O— 111 

Thayer, M. M , 69 

Theis, Frank A 67 

Thorn, Charles 84 

Thomas, Arthur G 47 

Thomas, Curtis W . 39 

Thomas, D. E 58 

Thomas, Edward W 138 

Thomas, Edwin S 150 

Thomas, Fred B 21 

Thomas, George H 136 

Thomas, J. J 116 

Thomas, Ralph W 72 

Thomas, Richard C. P.. 112, 150 
Thomas, Lt. Comdr. Robert 

E 53 

Thomas, Lt. Col. Robert S._ 36 

Thomas, Russell 28 

Thomas, Seth 67,68 

Thomas, Thomas F 57 

Thomas, William A 17 

Thomas, William H... 100 

Thompson, Bernard W 140 

Thompson, Bertis B 35 

Thompson, Edward E 48 

Thompson, Emery J 86 

Thompson, George C. 113 

Thompson, Helen M 69 

Thompson, Herbert L 55 

Thompson, Howard J 72 

Thompson, J. Whitaker..... 147 

Thompson, James A 151 

Thompson, James Wesley. . . 151 

Thompson John A 76 

Thompson, John B 74 

Thompson, L. R 24 

Thompson, Laura A 107 

Thompson, Manly G 68 

Thompson, Mary F 73 

Thompson, Nelson S 23 

Thompson, Perry A 82 

Thompson, Ralph L 139 

Thompson, Samuel H 58 

Thompson, T. J 104 

Thompson, W. Norman 15 

Thompson, William 77 

Thompson, William F., Jr... 151 

Thomson, C. G 64 

Thorp, Willard L 98 

Thorson, Alfred T 24 

Thurber, W. L 103 

Thurmond, Walter R 17 

Thweatt, Frank F., Jr 27 

Tibbs, T. Eugene 89 

Tidwell, Henry M 60 

Tidwell, William H 22 

Tierney, Daniel D 74 

Tietgen, William H 160 

Tiffany, R. K 137 

Tillotson, M. R 63,64 

Tilson, John Q 144 

Tilson, William J 160 

Timilty, Joseph F 20 

Timmons, Rollie 18 

Tinker, Earl W 83 

Tinkham, Ralph R 101 

Tippens, Guy B 42 

Tisdel, Alton P 9 

Tittemore, James N 159 

Tobin, Richard F 142 

Todd, Benjamin L., Jr 154 

Todd, David W 110 

Toll, Roger W 64 

Tolley, Howard R 67 

Tolman, R. P 134 

Tolson, Clyde A 46 

Tomlin, Russell H 26 

Tomlinson, Nellie Gregg 22 

Tomlinson, Owen A 64 



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Tompkins, Col. Edmond R_. 44 

Tompkins, Samuel J 18 

Toms, Raymond E 89 

Tondre, Joseph F 154 

Tonkin, George 88 

Toombs, Herbert E. L 158 

Toomey, F. F 16 

Totten, George E 74 

Totten, Col. James 44 

Towers, C. M 138 

Towers, Lawrence B 22 

Towers, Lemuel A 59 

Townsend, Egbert M 26 

Townsend, J. G 25 

Townsend, Capt. Julius C... 51 

Townsend, Norris L 77 

Townsend, Wallace 137,149 

Tracy, Frank T 118 

Tracy, Brig. Gen. Joseph P.. 32 

Tracy, Robert C 116 

Tracy, William H 71 

Trammell, Charles M 116 

Trask, John W 25 

Trautman, John A 27 

Travers, James 22 

Tread way, W. L 24 

Trego, Albert 148 

Trexler, Tony B 73 

Triem, William E 50 

Trierschield, Peter 64 

Trigg, Robert L 94 

Trimble, H. E 26 

Trimble, South, Jr 97 

Tripp, Louis H 122 

Trippe, Maj . Harry M 36 

Tritle, Frederick L 75 

Troast, N. L 60 

Troie, F. A 26 

Trott, David C 58 

Trotter, Clyde P 94 

Trotter, George A 60 

Trotter, Samuel B. 73 

Troy, John W 66 

Truby, Brig. Gen. Albert E._ 35 

True, Lt. Col. John M 33 

True, Webster P 134 

Truesdell, John F 58 

Truesdell, Leon E 98 

Tschappat, Brig. Gen. W. H. 36 

Tuck, Richard W 76 

Tucker, G. P 103 

Tucker, George E 108 

Tucker, George F 73 

Tucker, L. W 26 

Tucker, Wendell P 142 

Tucker, William J. 116 

Tuckwiller, Ross H 76 

Tudor, Clinton G 56 

Tugwell, Rexford Guy 67 

Tullis, Richard A 99 

Tulloch, John C 21 

Tulloss, S. B 117 

Tupper, Ernest A 98 

Turner, Bolon B 15 

Turner, Floyd C 26 

Turner, George S._ ._. 126 

Turner, Scott 105 

Turner, W. L 102 

Turney , Clayton E 15 

Turney, John R 137 

Turrentine, John W 84 

Tutt, Ernest L 99 

Tuttle, Arthur J 153 

Tydings, Millard E 144 

Tyler, Lt. Col. Max C 35 

Tyler, Paul M... 106 

Tyner, Col. George P 44 

Tyrer, Arthur J 102 

U 

Uhland, Russel E 85 

Ulio, Lt. Col. James A 33 

Ulmer, L. J.... 21 

Underwood, E. Marvin 151 

Underwood, John B 73 

Underwood, Norman 23 

Unger, Ellwood E 73 



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Unzicker, Willard E 118 

Upchurch, Oscar C 59 

Upham, Mrs. Helen Hall. ... 47 

Upson, Stephen L... 119 

Uttley, Clinton B._ 49 

V 

Vaiden, Henry K 22 

Valentine, Robert C 20 

Van Ackeren, Joseph F 27 

Van Atta, Clyde H .. 100 

Van Beeck, G. J 26 

Van Casteel, Grace 115 

Vance, First Lt. J. R 128 

Vance, John T., Jr 9 

Van Cleave, William E 60 

Van Deman, Ruth 94 

Vanderpool , Jesse L 73 

Van Deusen, Maj. George L. 38 

Van Devanter, Willis 143, 147 

Vandeventer, William L 154 

Van Dine, D. L 85 

Vandover, G. C 120 

Van Duyne, Col. Freder- 
ick W 33 
Van DuzerVwilViam "a."."". 139 

Van Dyke, G. G 28 

Van Dyke, Warren 21 

Van Fossen, Ernest H 116 

Van Fossen, John R 116 

Van Horn, Archie G 79 

Van Huizen, Peter J 88 

Van Keuren, Capt. Alexander 

H 52 

Van Orsdel, Josiah A 160 

Van Petten, E. C 137 

Van Slyke, Cassius J 28 

Van Voorhis, James R 20 

Van Wagenen, James H 131 

Van Wickel, Jesse F 99 

Vardaman, James K, Jr 118 

Varney, F. A 140 

Vaught, Edgar S 156 

Veeder, Jarvis S 81 

Veitch, Fletcher P 84,96 

Veldee, M. V 26 

Vermillion, Leslie B 78 

Vermilya, Ralph F 74 

Vest, George B 116 

Vestermark, Seymour D 28 

Vickers, James C 41 

Victory, John F._. 125 

Vidal, Eugene L 97 

Vidal, Steven P 17 

Viley, JohnR „ 17 

Villa-Real, Antonio 41 

Vincent, Wendell 96 

Vincent, William S 100 

Vint, Thomas C 63 

Vipond, Kenneth C 121 

Voegtlin, Carl.. 25 

Vogel, Charles W 25 

Vogel, Jacob 74 

Vogel, Theodore R 36 

Vogel, V. H 28 

Vogt, Evon Z 64 

VonDahm, Howard C 125 

Vonderlehr, R. A 26 

von Loesecke, Harry 84 

Von Nerta, George O 23 

Voorhees, John F 73 

Voorheis, Elmer W 153 

Voorhies, E.W 103 

Voris, Col. Alvin C 31, 127 

Voshell, James T 89 

Vosseller , Roswell N 18 

Vought, Sabra W 60 

Vrooman, R. C 39 

W 

Wade, Col. John P 33 

Wadsworth, C. W 122 

Wadsworth, Eliot 143 

Waesche, Commander R. R. 23 

Wagner, I. Roy 124 

r, J. H 107 



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Wagner, W. H.. 107 

Wahlgren, Harry F 72 

Wahly, William H 138 

Wait, Bernard 22 

Waite, Col. Henry M 135 

Waite, W. E - 105 

Wakefield, W.J 42 

Waldie, Robert 93 

Waldron, Col. William H.... 41 

Wales, Leonard E 150 

Walker, Albert W... 62 

Walker, Alexander S 17 

Walker, Maj. C. A 37 

Walker, Charles F 78 

Walker, Chester L 59 

Walker, E. P — 134 

Walker, Francis 114 

Walker, John P.— 56 

Wall, J. P 21 

Wall, Maj. John F 34 

Wallace, B. B 115 

Wallace, Donald S 62 

Wallace, Henry A. 65, 67, 127, 128 

Wallace, J. F 122 

Wallace, James K 9 

Wallace, Maj . John H 32 

Wallace, Julian C - 15 

Waller, C. E.... 24 

Walley, James M 83 

Wallington, Maj. Edward C. 44 

Wallis, Claud H 95 

Walls, H.J.. 97 

Walsh, Daniel M 96 

Walsh, Patrick F 54 

Walsh, T. Gillespie 138 

Walter, Harry K 75 

Walter, Jacob D. 150 

Walter, Raymond F 62 

Walters, Theodore A 56 

Walton, Charles F., Jr 84 

Wannamaker, Fred 19 

Warburton, Clyde W 67,69 

Ward, Florence E 69 

Ward, Joseph H 124 

Ward, William F 76 

Warfield, Col. Augustus B... 45 

Warfield, H. P 156 

Warfield, William A 66 

Waring, C. H 25,58 

Warner, Edward P 125 

Warner, Estella F 26 

Warner, Harry J— 25,58 

Warner, Rebecca P 139 

Warren, Benjamin S 29 

Warren, Charles E 49 

Warren, Laura E 108 

Washburn, E. W 100 

Wasson, Clark B 156 

Waters, Henry H 115 

Wathen, Albert L 58 

Watkins, Henry H 157 

Watkins, Lee C 27 

Watrous, Maj. L. R 34 

Watson, Albert L. 156 

Watson, Edward M 151 

Watson, George S 141 

Watson, Roy R 112 

Watt, A. Liddon 79 

Watt, John B 141 

Watts, A. W 50 

Watts, Herbert C 124 

Watts, Jesse C 107 

Watts, Maj. Laurence 39 

Watts, LyleF.... 80 

Wattson, Donald H 58 

Waugh, R. L 26 

Way, Luther B._ 158 

Wayland, William R 120 

Wayson, Newton E 25 

Weaver, Alfred J. S 68 

Weaver, Benjamin W 141 

Weaver, C. E 137 

Weaver, Herman D 19 

Weaver, M. E 104 

Webb, Alan G 94 

Webb, Clyde S.. 80 

Webb, Edwin Yates 155 

Webb, Louis H 124 



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Webb,T. D 119 

Webb, William H 24 

Weber, Charles J 140 

Weber, Henry S 76 

Weber, Rudolph C . E 62 

Weber, William. 70 

Weber, William J 15 

Webster, Lt. Comdr. E. M. 

(R) - 24 

Webster, J. Stanley... 158 

Webster, Commander W. W. 52 

Weed, Col. Frank W 35 

Weeks, Edward M 23 

Weeks, John R 73 

Weeks, Col. William C 43 

Weidemann, Clarence C 101 

Weidenfeld, George 136 

Weightman, R. Hanson 70 

Weil, Harry H -- 18 

Weisbrod, E. Hany 65 

Weise, E. E.. 112 

Weiser, Charles -- 155 

Weiss, Harry A 159 

Weiss, Jacob H.. - 121 

Wekenman, Charles W 28 

Welch, Frank M 75 

Welch, George N., Jr 19 

Welch, J. F... -- 41 

Welch, Russell A 20 

Weldon, Lon O 25 

Welliver, Edward M 138 

Wells, Maj. Gen. Briant H.. 45 

Wells, Edward L 73 

Wells, Frank O 127 

Wells, Ira K 157 

Wells, Meade R 91 

Wells, R. C -- 61 

Wells, Roy A - 73 

Wellshear, William S 149 

Welsh, George A... 156 

Welsh, Mark F.... — . 76 

Welsh, First Lt. William W. 40 

Wenchel, John P 68 

Wenger. Oliver C 26 

Weslev, Marvin 16 

West, Clement L 22 

West, Harold F 88 

West, James H 54 

West, Ralph C 73 

West, Samuel H 156 

West, Vernon E - 138 

West, W. G 152 

Westcott, Orville D 124 

Westcott, Ralph W 22 

Westervelt, Gen. William I.. 67 

Westfahl, B. H 159 

Westgate, John M 69 

Westgate, Vernon V 92 

Westover, Brig. Gen. Oscar.39, 129 

Wetherill, John - 61 

Wetmore, Alexander 134 

Wetmore, Fred C— -- 153 

Wetmore, James A 23 

Wetzel, George B 98 

Weyer, L. E 29 

Weyerbacher, Commander 

R.D - 52 

Whaley, Richard S 159 

Whalin, Charles V.— 91 

Whall, Edward G 9 

Wham, Fred L — 152 

Wharton, William R. M 96 

Wheat, Alfred A 160 

Wheat, J. H 61 

Wheat, Maj. Joseph H— 129, 131 

Wheeler, Arthur J... 59 

Wheeler, George A.. 30 

Wheeler, Leslie A 90 

Wheeler, Maj. Raymond A— 36 

Wheeler, Capt. W. J. 24 

Wheeler, William A 90 

Whelen, Lt. Col. Townsend. 44 

Whipple, J. Howard. 70 

Whitaker, Harry E 118 

Whitcomb, Eben M 115 

White, Albert 149 

White, Charles P.— 106 

White, Clement R.... 72 



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White, Eugene R.. 50 

White, George F.„ . 151 

White, H. P... 25 

White, John J 18 

White, John R. 57,64 

White, Joseph H 29 

White, K.J 29 

White, Langdon R 27,58 

White, Dr. Lawrence W 57 

White, Mark J 25 

White, Mark S 123 

White, Sam O 89 

White, Thomas B .. 47 

White, Thomas C. 151 

White, Ward B 96 

White, Wilbur D 157 

White, William A 65 

White, William H 86 

Whitehead, E. Bradford 88 

Whitehead, Brig. Gen. H. C. 33 

Whitehead, Lawrence C 87 

Whitehead, Robert F... 103 

Whitehorne, Edward W 53 

Whitehurst, H. C— ._ 139 

Whiteside, A. D. 135 

Whiteside, Henry H 93 

Whitfield, Col. Robert 43 

Whitham, James C. 80 

Whitledge, Herbert E 124 

Whitlock, Bert W 93 

Whitlock, Claude R — 60 

Whitney, F. 1 104 

Whitney, M. L 104 

Whitney, Paul C 102 

Whitside, Col. W. W 33 

Whittier, Bernard B 73 

Whyte, C. R 139 

Wiant, Charles R 100 

Wiatt, F. C___ 103 

Wicker, John J., Jr 120 

Wickman, W. J. A 28 

Wideman, Frank J 46 

Wiedenmann, Andrew 21 

Wieland, Edward J 123 

Wiesner, Abe 73 

Wight, Alexander E 73 

Wight, Roy A 74 

Wilbur, Curtis D._ 148 

Wilbur, Gene. 98 

Wilburn. C. C 120 

Wilby, Lt. Col. Francis B. 35, 129 

Wilcox, Howard 24 

Wilde, Beider W., Jr 19 

Wilder, Leo C__ 102 

Wilding, William G 138 

Wilhite, Oscar C 124 

Wilke, David C... 75 

Wilkerson, James H... 151 

Wilkes, Maj. Gilbert Van B. 36 

Wilkins, Lydia K 69 

Wilkinson, F. D 66 

Wilkinson, Garnet C 140 

Willahan, William C 59 

Willard, Rear Admiral A. L. 54 

Willard, Clara 65 

Willard, Harold F__ 95 

Willey, Wilford B 80 

Williams, Brig. Gen. A. E... 33 

Williams, Ben M ._ Ill 

Williams, C. F 61 

Williams, C. L 25 

Williams, Maj. Charles F 45 

Williams, Clarence L... 49 

Williams, E. G 27 

Williams, Edwin R 150 

Williams, Frank L 123 

Williams, Frank P 89 

Williams, Frank S 99 

Williams, Harry P. 87 

Williams, J. Thaxter 73 

Williams, John 109 

Williams, L. L., Jr 26 

Williams, Louis L 29 

Williams, Martha W 115 

Williams, Melvin D 90 



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Williams, Oliver O 28 

Williams, R. C 24 

Williams, R. L. 156 

Williams, Roger P 50 

Williams, Thomas S 159 

Williams, Walter A 78 

Williams, William J 156 

Williamson, J. M 16 

Williamson, Robert M 71 

Williford, Charles C 72 

Willige, Augustus.. 138 

Willingmyre, George T 21 

Willis, Capt. H. A 37 

Wilmarth, Raymond 140 

Wilmer, J. Carlisle 19 

Wilmoth, Clifford L. 27 

Wilson, Arthur G 58 

Wilson, Bayard 120 

Wilson, Clem B 68 

Wilson, David E 105 

Wilson, Edward E.. 73 

Wilson, Edward V 20 

Wilson, Edwin C 14 

Wilson, Finis E 157 

Wilson, Francis C 137 

Wilson, GeorgeS 142 

Wilson, J. G 25 

Wilson, J. L 28 

Wilson, J. Oscar 76 

Wilson, James C 157 

Wilson, Col. Jennings B 45 

Wilson, Capt. Joseph A. 40 

Wilson, Lee A 75 

Wilson, Col. Lester G 135 

Wilson, Meredith C 69 

Wilson, Milburn L 56,67 

Wilson, Orin C 18 

Wilson, Philip St. J 89 

Wilson, R. M 61 

Wilson, Robert L 30 

Wilson, Scott 147 

Wilson, T. Webber.. 158 

Wilson, Tom R... 19 

Wilson, W. B_„. 158 

Wiltse, George V 127 

Wilver, Edward J 9 

Winans, Maj. Gen. Edwin B 44 

Windes, William R 93 

Winfrey, George W 92 

Wingard, Lemuel G 101 

Winkelstein, A. H 105 

Winn, Maj. Dean F 112 

Winn, Dennis 101 

Winn, Frederic... -- 81 

Winn, James A 123 

Winner, William L 38 

Winningsted, Capt, O. P.... 37 
Winship, Maj. Gen. Blanton. 33 

Winslow, Carlile P 80 

Winslow, Dr. Emma A 108 

Winslow, Samuel E 109 

Winter, Charles E.. 41 

Wirth, Conrad L 63 

Wise, Paul J — 46 

Wiseman, Henry N 30 

Wisner, G. Franklin — 126 

Withington, Col. W_ - 37 

Wittstatt, J. T -.- 140 

Wixon, Irving F 107 

Wohlen, Paul A 83 

Wolcott, C. L - 103 

Wolf, AdolphG 41 

Wolf, Benjamin E 127 

Wolf, George P 90 

Wolf, Capt. H. H 24 

Wolf, Joseph - 17 

Wolf, Louis E 96 

Wolfe, Charles A 83 

Wolfe, Kenneth 80 

Wolff, W. M 24 

Wollard, F. L... 96 

Wollenweber, H. L... 28 

Wolman, Dr. Leo.-. 135 

Wood, Arthur A 83 

Wood, Rev. Dr. Charles 143 



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Wood, Charles S... . 73 

Wood, George H .. 123 

Wood, George L 49 

Wood, J. Robins.... 94 

Wood, Sanford B. D 151 

Wood, Warren W 94 

Wood, Wilis 21 

Wood, William C... 50 

Woodard , George W 18 

Woodburn, William. 154 

Woodfill, Web 114 

Woodhead, Phillip V 81 

Woodin, William H 15, 

116, 118, 120, 128 

Woodman, Cony Warren 108 

Woodring, Harry H 31 

Woodr ing. Samuel T _ 63 

Woodrough, Joseph W 148 

Woodruff, A. L 103 

Woods, Albert F 67 

Woods, Sam E 99 

Woodside, J. B... 117 

Woodside, R. Q 128 

Woodson, Urey 113 

Woodson, Capt. W. B 53 

Woodward, Charles Edgar... 151 

Woodward, Col. John E 43 

Woodward, Ray L... 121 

Woolard, L. L 141 

Woolen, Virgil W... 74 

Woolley, Herbert C... 65 

Wonlley, R. R.. 62 

Woolley, Victor B... 147 

Woolridge, Earl 59 

Woolsey, John M 155 

Wooten, Capt. Ralph H 39 

Wooten, Walter B_... 49 

Worcester, Hugh M 88 

Workman, William G 23 

Worley, J. F - 25,58 

Wormington, L. C 139 

Worrell, L. W. 104 

Worthley, Leon H 95 

Wren, Clark C 113 

Wrenn, Augustus C._ 52 

Wrenn, E. H., Jr 120 

Wrenn, John E... 99 

Wright, Charles W 106 

Wright, Clinton L 158 

Wright, Ernest C 20 

Wright, Henry H 9 

Wright, Herman E 58 

Wright, J. C 65 

Wright, J. R-. 157 

Wright, Orlando A 60 

Wright, Orville 125 

Wright, Verda Allison 22 

Wright, Capt. William B., 

Jr 40 

Wright, William T., Jr. 28 

Wuest, Lt. Col. Jacob W. S... 39 

Wulf, Oliver R 84 

Wyatt, Walter.. 116 

Wyche, Charles C 157 

Wyland, WillL... 73 

Wylie, Alexander. 109 

Wyman, A. Lee 157 

Wyman, Capt. Theodore, Jr. 36 
Wyman, W.I 104 

Y 

Yaden, James G 121 

Yancey, Harry F 106 

Yant, William P. 106 

Yarnell, David L 90 

Yarnell, Rear Admiral H. E. 55 

Yarrington, William F 50 

Yates, F. L 117 

Yates, Capt. Isaac I. 52 

Yates, Joseph T__. 101 

Yates, Chaplain Julian E 32 

Yauch, Charles F 115 

Yeager, W. B 137 

Yellowley, E. C 20 



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Yeomans, E velyn L 98 

Yohe, H. Sanford 91 

York, First Lt. Robert E 138 

Young, Maj. C. G 37 

Young, Clarence J . 74 

Young, Floyd D 70 

Young, George B 30 

Young, Maj. Gordon R 36 

Young, Stanley P 86 

Young, Thomas B 120 

Young, Maj. W. C 36 

Young, Walker R 62 



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Youngblutt, Frederick C 62 

Yount, Lt. Col. Barton K... 40 



Zahm, Albert F 9 

Zaine, Master Sgt. Joseph 37 

Zannelli, Augustus 56 

Zapf, Lacey 98 

Zebley, J. S 139 

Zens, Lennah Curtiss 94 

Zepp, Christopher M 98 



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Zerbst, Fred G 46 

Ziegler, M V.. 26 

Zimmerman, Harvey J 98 

Zimmerman, James A 74 

Zimmerman, R. S 150 

Zimmerman, Reuben S 87 

Zimmerman, William, Jr 57 

Zinser, Leon 14 

Zodtner, Harlan H 134 

Zon, Raphael 80 

Zook, George F._ 60,65 

Zwickel, Ernest M 99